Mutahi Ngunyi the political analylist has reacted on the deputy president william Ruto and roots party leader George Wajackoyah.
On his twitter account, Mutahi Ngunyi said that the deputy president william Ruto was boring and he was just reading a paper which seems to be a seminar paper, he added that manifesto was witten by Economist David Ndii and men in suits who did not look like 'hustlers' as Ruto usually say.
At the same time the political analyst Mutahi ngunyi describe Roots party led by George Wajackoya manifesto has crazy and also added that the document seems to be logic. Ngunyi seems to be convinced with proffesor's manifesto who is championing snake farming and planting of marijuana to repay kenyan debts. In wajackoya's manifesto he promised to suspend constitution for six months ,hang the corrupt,do exportation of dog meat and also allow kenyans work for 4days in a week among many others.
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