DP Ruto Predicts 'Raila' Might Swear Himself In As People's President In 2022 [Video]
By AustineBarasa | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 1 views
In a speech delivered today from Kilifi North constituency during a consultative meeting with MPs, MCAs and religious leaders of Kilifi county, Deputy President William Ruto came out to give the NASA brigade a friendly advise over what the near future holds.
The passionately speaking DP started by highlighting the Jubilee administration's success and projects in that county before taking on the current political affairs with respect to 2022.
That from what's going on or rather what he's come to observe, the NASA people which were the Jubilee party's main competitors in 2017 are still stuck at where they were back then, that's being without a plan, being clueless and unaware of the path to take.
"They are now being called demolition squad because they've demolished NASA and have demolished Jubilee. As of now, they don't know where they are and are still in the planless state.
I'm telling you, prepare yourselves early enough, if it's seminars to hold do so because I see things being the same in 2022 with you people doing things like fake swearing in," he said.
He also used the opportunity to blast those waiting on President Uhuru's endorsement saying that the President is a Jubilee person and it'll be quite illogical for him to endorse an ODM person.
Click on the link below to watch him speak at minute 35:00
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