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Raila's Camp Dealt Huge Blow as Dp Ruto Slams Raila's Mt Kenya Journey. Video.

The presidential race come year 2022 is likely going to be hotly contested by political bigwig. The deputy president and ODM leader are the ones likely to lead others in the race. The two (Raila and Ruto) have been running across the country to sell there agendas to the people. Others like ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi and business billionaire Jimmy Wanjigi have also announced there bid.

The blame game and insults take the center stage of all this political campaigns. The deputy president has been blamed by many of his opponents and those in government for pandoning the work of the deputy president and fighting his boss (president Kenyatta).

Speaking in Nyahururu where he is camping now, the deputy president has teared the former prime minister into pieces. He has told off the ODM leader that he late to climb the mountains. He beat his chest that he was there earlier and he has done alot of project.

"Raila amechelewa kupanda mlima, nlikua huko mapema na nmefungua mabarabara na viwanda." Ruto said.

He continued to argue that he has no intentions to meet with the Mt Kenya tycoons. Ruto said that the billionaires are nothing to do with the votes.

This comes some few days after Raila met with the Mt Kenya foundation "tycoons" and deliberated on the way forward. This was speculated to be a big plus to Raila's camp because the billionaires have been sponsoring many candidates for a long time. They even came up with names thet Raila should pick to deputise him come 2022.

The voter rich Mt Kenya has been the camping area for the most political bigwig are 2022 is nearing. This is because whoever who wins the region, is likely going to lead the country.

Here is the video of Ruto in Nyahururu.

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