The deputy president William Samoei Ruto received a warm reception from Matuu town residents as he made his second day tour to the area. Ruto was accompanied by powerful leaders who defected from Jubilee and Wiper Party to join him for his 2022 presidential support.
Hon. Johnson Muthama one of the top Ukambani Politician allied to Hon. William Samoei Ruto received heckled from the residents who could not keep silent while he was attacking the former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga.
He said that Raila Amollo Odinga is too old to lead the country terming him as an elder who believes in corrupt Politics and uses proverbs to confuse people. A group of residents heckled him saying that he should just campaign for himself and stop hatred politics.
Muthama aims for a top seat in the region in 2022 and it is just right for him to avoid abusive words that can make people over judge him.
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