Kenyans have reacted online after William Ruto,the Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate shared on his social media page asking Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party to stop pretending to value president Uhuru.
William Ruto posted on his Facebook page alleging that ODM is currently pretending to value president Uhuru Kenyatta more than those who supported him in 2013 and 2017,l,more than those who worked tirelessly to make him president.He added that this must stop.His post caused several reactions online whereby some stated that ODM should not be his agenda.
Someone reacted by stating that the deputy president worked very hard to be president Uhuru Kenyatta's deputy and to make half of the government.Someone reacted by stating that William Ruto should be reminded that he is campaigning against Raila Odinga and not President Uhuru Kenyatta.
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