Martha Karua has once again hit hard at the Second in Command William Samoei Ruto's camp as she stretches Azimio Ka Umoja campaigns to Meru. She was accompanied by Hon Sabina Chege plus a section of other leaders allied to the Raila-Karua candidature.
Speaking to the residents, Karua proclaimed that the DP will not sit the presidential seat anytime soon arguing he has failed his duties as a Deputy President under President Uhuru Kenyatta's tenure. She has also said that DP Ruto is fueled by extreme anger that has for several instances led him to have a bitter exchange with his boss, Uhuru Kenyatta.
Further, she has argued that it's not sane for yhe country to be led by leaders who're anger-pocessed like the UDA party leader. Contrasting herself as an aspiring Deputy President, she has argued that she will never go to the public provoking Raila Odinga just like DP Ruto does to Uhuru. According to her, she will consider solving any emerging differences at a closed-door office and bring the agreements to the public.
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