Photo of the Deputy President Dr William Samoei Ruto.
Deputy President Dr William Ruto has broken his silence over the association of the Jubilee Party administration and the former opposition party, the Orange Democratic Movement Party, saying that the party has caused the Jubilee administration to relax in its bid to execute the big four agenda.
The Deputy President has stated that they (the Jubilee Party) wanted that the economy of the Republic of Kenya had improved but the Hon Raila Odinga led ODM Party came in and disrupted the universal health coverage, the housing program and many other agendas of the Jubilee Party.
The Deputy President has further fired at the ODM Party members telling them off to ask for forgiveness if at all they want to talk to the Jubilee Party about the country's political future.
''We wanted to ensure that the economy has been improved. ODM came in and disrupted the housing program, Universal Health Coverage and many others. I want to tell them before they can talk to us (Jubilee), they should first ask for forgiveness,'' William Ruto said.
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