As William Ruto's allies continue to raise their dissatisfaction against Royal media Services TV Citizen, staff at the station Fred Obachi Machoka has come out gun blazing against all those who have held positions of the President and deputy presidents.
In a Facebook post that caused mixed reactions, Machoka said that it was time other tribes lead. The sentiments are similar to sentiments by the head of state in Mululu years ago while fighting William Ruto's presidency. Uhuru Kenyatta said Kalenjins and Kikuyus had led since time immemorial and it was time for other tribes.
"Attention: any tribe that has been blessed with a President, Deputy or Vice President in Kenya needs to give way to other tribes this time, na si tafadhali!!!," Machoka posted.
The sentiments by Machoka have been believed to have been directed at the DP as friction between him and Citizen TV escalate.
Deputy President William Ruto has been drifting away from the tribal factor saying tribal kingpin ship has never helped the country and would not. He is focusing on economy 'bottom-up approach ". Ruto has been vocal in condemning OKA leaders saying they were the tribal kingpin
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