Former presidential candidate Mwalimu Abduba Dida, a great critic of president William Ruto has defended him in a rare occasion.
Taking to his social media pages, the vocal politician noted President William Ruto remains the head of state despite not being voted by all Kenyans. Dida explained that despite being supported by just a portion of Kenyans he is not a lesser president.
Dida who supported former prime minister Raila Odinga's presidential bid further opposed his plans to lead demonstrations against the government.
He noted that despite the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission messing up with the last elections, Mass action is not the right way to express dissapointed.
"Over 40m people abstained or voted against HE Ruto. That does not make him less of a head of state. IEBC messed." He posted on his social media pages.
"I believe we have a lot to learn and correct. However, we can't do them through chaos and MASS ACTION. I will not support my candidate HE Raila's call for mass action." He added.
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