Siaya Senator James has castigated Deputy President William Ruto for his actions on June 30 2022 as he pointed an accusing finger at the second in command and claimed he had copy-pasted the Azimio La Umoja manifesto.
According to Orengo who is a vocal supporter of former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, challenged Deputy President William Ruto to develop an original blueprint of how he planned to fight corruption in the country.
Orengo stated that Ruto's manifesto was full of generalities and no specifics and promises that he cannot fulfil since he could tell Kenyans where he was going to get the money to fund his plan.
The Siaya gubernatorial aspirant stated that Ruto had failed to explain how he intended to make Kenya a middle-income country and for that he rated his performance with a ten on a scale of a hundred.
He was full of praise for Raila Odinga and his running mate Martha Karua in their plan to fight corruption in the country, a menace that has been a hindrance to development.
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