Ruto Told His Opponents to Wait For 2022 if They Are Looking For Competition
By lemasmwas | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
Speaking in Narok where he had taken his campaign, the deputy president William Samoei Ruto said that he doesn't have time to quarrel with his opponents informing them that off they are looking for competition, they should wait until 2022. He, therefore, said that in matters to do with the constitution, there should be no competition because the constitution belongs to all Kenyans.
He argued that it's possible to have a non contested outcome if the parliament is allowed to iron out the outstanding issues. Ruto has been seen to oppose BBI which is the constitutional amendment but not completely against it saying that some clauses need to be corrected, but his ideas fell on deaf ears and he was seen as opposing the bill. To the surprise of many Kenyans, he said that he will not be leading any campaign against the BBI but will accept the will of the people and work under the constitution provided by the people.
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