Deputy President,William Ruto has challenged his fellow presidential candidates to be bold and share their manifestos to Kenyans while at Western region in Khayega.Ruto is wondering why his competitors are regrouping and holding meetings in hostels and restaurants instead of engaging the people directly if they mean well(as reported by Tuko news).
Speaking in Khayega,the leader has told his competitors to stop wasting Uhuru's time since Uhuru is not their competitor and face him.Dr William Ruto has emphasized that attacking the bottom-up approach is not enough and the competitors should organise their house and choose one presidential candidate who will face him next year.
Ruto has said all of the competitors cannot face him individually because they know he will beat all of them early in the morning.This comes after Ruto claims the politicians were scared of his increasing political might.Here are some of the comments from netizens:Please share and comment.
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