Woman who boldly asked DP Ruto to prove that he's not a 'thief' as his opponents are calling him.
Kenyans have reacted after a bold Woman asked Deputy President Dr William Ruto to prove that he is not a thief as his opponents are calling him, and also explain to her on how he intends to fight corruption if elected president next year.
Speaking during Deputy President Dr William Ruto's meeting with delegates from the diaspora, the woman boldly asked the second in command to prove to them that he is not corrupt as his opponents are calling him. She also asked him to explain how he intends to fight corruption if elected president because corruption is the main crisis in the country currently.
https://www.facebook.com/channel7newstv/videos/652765699061777/?app=fbl. This statement has elicited many reactions from Kenyans, where some of them seemed to be impressed with her courage to ask such a question which many might fear to ask. While others ridiculed her saying that she cannot ask such a question to DP.
Here are some of their reactions on Facebook:
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