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Ruto Finally Admits he Did Wrong, Confesses to Kenyans What he Did

William Ruto, Kenya's vice president, has now admitted that he is somewhat to blame for the failures of the Jubilee government.

He blamed ODM leader Raila Odinga's arrival for the postponement of some major government programs and projects and the weakening economy, both of which led to his ouster. He now realizes that he should have prevented the handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila in 2018, but that he let President Kenyatta bring Raila into the scene.

Ruto claims that if he had done the right thing back then, the standard of living in Kenya would have improved and the cost of staples like maize flour would not have increased.

I believe it was I who made the mistake. Should have fought when he started bringing Raila along. If I had been more responsible, we wouldn't be in this predicament. With the Big Four plan in place, the economy wouldn't have crashed. There would have been no increase in the price of flour, "According to The Standard, he made these remarks on Monday in Meru. Following an admission that he prevented Uhuru from giving up on the presidency after the Supreme Court nullified his 2017 triumph, he made the aforementioned comments.

Senator Kithure Kindiki of Tharaka Nithi and the DP's other supporters vowed unwavering support and commitment, saying they would not allow anyone to drive a wedge between them. We will not let people who have never campaigned for Uhuru to lecture us about him, and I want to underline that, as our incoming president and his DP Gachagua have said "It quotes the senator.


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