During the thanksgiving event honoring ICT cabinet secretary Eliud Owalo at Asembo in Siaya County, President William Ruto and locals have been seen laughing. After MP Samuel Atandi from Alego Usonga of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) disclosed how he had criticized him, this occurred. T
he Honorable Atandi took the stage to describe how, during the previous campaigns, before Ruto had succeeded in winning elections and assuming the position of head of state, he was the most vocal critic of the politician.
Atandi's argument that criticizing Ruto motivated him to work hard and make it feasible for him to become president prompted further laughs from the audience.
"Riggy G doesn't lie, I want to say that much. It's true that I was one of your sharpest detractors throughout the campaign, and I typically remark that perhaps that is what motivated you to work so hard to become president of Kenya. In light of the fact that my friend Riggy G is currently Kenya's deputy president and we typically affirm that God bestows positions of authority upon those who hold them, I would like to implore him: "Senator Samuel Atandi stated.
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