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Ruto Jokes of What Raila is Doing That Has Left Kalonzo Totally Confused

Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka is now a totally confused man, Deputy President William Ruto says.

Ruto says that the leader has been mixed up by his colleagues from the Azimio La Umoja side, which he announced his exit from on Monday.

Speaking on Thursday, he cited the ongoing talks between Kalonzo and ODM leader Raila Odinga's men, talks aimed at returning Kalonzo to Azimio.

He alleged that so much of a betrayer and cunning is Raila that he has cornered Kalonzo in a situation where he is now stuck on whether to believe him or totally refuse to join him, hence the ongoing talks.

Ruto suggested that Raila's history of betrayals could be the other reason behind Kalonzo's alleged confusion, aware that he might be victimized again.

"They have defrauded everyone and are now working on Kalonzo. They have confused him to an extent that he doesn't know whether to move to the front, turn back or remain still," he said in Nyandarua as is reported by Citizen TV.

Ruto termed this; Raila's alleged conmanship, reason why Kenyans should not trust him with the presidency in the approaching elections.

He said that if he can be defrauding fellow politicians then it's worrying to imagine just how much harm he can do to the ordinary Kenyan if given the chance.

He termed himself the best man for the job, requesting area residents to unanimously vote for him on August 9.

ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi laughed at Raila's presidential hopes, wondering how he intends to win with an almost empty camp of allies.

"Haven't you realized that everybody is crossing over to our side? With everybody running away from him, it's up to you to ask yourself where Raila will get the votes he needs to be President," said Mudavadi.

Maendeleo Chapchap leader Alfred Mutua said that there is a reason as to why he has left Azimio and Kenyans should watch him and learn.

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