On his social media platform, the Kenya Kwanza Presidential hopeful Dr William Ruto has angrily responded to latest alleged move made by the Azimio la Umoja Presidential hopeful Hon Raila Odinga led Orange Democratic Movement Party.
According to William Ruto, ODM Party has been making moves that suggest that the party is pretending to value the Head of State President Uhuru Kenyatta. According to William Ruto, the ODM party's pretence of allegedly valuing Uhuru Kenyatta more than anybody else should come to an end since the party did not support him (Uhuru Kenyatta) in both 2013 and 2017 general polls.
The Deputy President has further fired at the Raila Odinga led political party telling it off that there are people who worked tooth to nail to ensure that the commander in chief of the Kenyan armed forces takes the mantle of Kenya's leadership, a move that the ODM Party was not part of.
The second in command has therefore blasted the party telling its members to stop such manner of conmanship.
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