ODM is accusing Deputy President William Ruto of setting the stage for a disputed outcome of the 2022 presidential election.
UDA secretary general Veronica Maina singled out Interior CS Fred Matiang’i and his ICT counterpart Joe Mucheru, who are both in the 2022 poll planning team tasked with ensuring a free, fair, transparent and credible elections.
Junet hit out at Ruto, claiming he has realised the ground has drastically changed and has resorted to clutching straws as the race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta .
Sifuna challenged the DP to assure the country he will accept the outcome of the 2022 contest. He said Ruto has been looking for anything to hold on, as an excuse for a poor 2022 run.
“We want Ruto to come out in public and assure the country that he will accept the outcome of the polls."
Mbadi also took a swipe at the DP over unfulfilled promises, saying Kenyans are wiser and will not be fooled again in 2022.
“Our opponent has promised four million jobs but could not provide the one million he promised the people in 2013 and 2017,” Mbadi said.
Sifuna said Kenyans should reject the wheelbarrow politics being advanced by the DP and instead demand decent jobs that uphold human dignity.
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