Speaking with Citizen tv, Muthama has told off those opposing deputy president for president should stop creating intimidations and violence.
Former Machakos Senator Johnstone Muthama: Those opposed to DP Ruto’s presidential ambition to leave violence and intimidation out.
Dr. William Ruto, the Deputy President, has recently come under fire for making disparaging remarks about the Jubilee Party and other kieleweke movements. Allies of the Orange Democratic Movement have also expressed reservations about the deputy president.
Several prominent politicians have advocated for the chief Hustler's impeachment as a deputy in order for him to continue popularizing his United Democratic Alliance Party ahead of the 2022 national elections.
This comes shortly after the deputy president Dr William Ruto is currently gaining momentum ahead of the 2022 national elections. He has formed a noticeable political vehicle ahead with enough numbers to beat his flamboyant opponents.
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