Suna East MP Junet Mohammed has told DP William Ruto to stop with his manifesto and first tell Kenyans what he has done during the nine years he has been in office. Junet says that there is no point of Ruto coming to Kenyans with a manifesto yet he has told them what he has achieved with the time that he was given. According to Junet, a sitting DP should not come before Kenyans with a manifesto but his track record should speak for itself.
“I have heard DP Ruto will be launching his manifesto tonight in Nairobi. But I would like to tell him that no serious Kenyan will take him seriously. A sitting Deputy President should not come with a manifesto. What he needs to do is to tell Kenyans what he has achieved or what he has helped the President do during the time given to him by Kenyans,” Junet has said.
A manifesto usually tells the electorate what the vying politician intends to do for them and Kenyans are waiting for Ruto’s manifesto so that it can be compared with that of Raila’s.
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