Deputy President Dr William Ruto has claimed that Azimio la Umoja Movement-One Kenya Alliance coalition, led by ODM leader Raila Odinga has no agenda in fighting corruption instead they are just hoodwinking Kenyans about the corruption crisis in the country. Ruto claimed that Raila is surrounded by the Kemsa scandal beneficiaries, hence if he wants to fight corruption he should start with himself because he is the one who benefitted from Kemsa money together with his allies.
Speaking during his campaign rally in Isiolo county today as quoted by The Standard Newspaper, Ruto defended his manifesto from critics that he did not promise to fight corruption. He argued that in his manifesto he promised to deal with state capture which is behind the corruption menace. Hence Raila and his allies should stop lying that they are going to fight corruption while they are the beneficiary of Kemsa scandal. Therefore if Raila really wants to fight corruption if he clinches the top seat, he will have to start with himself and his allies who are surrounding him.
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