In a video he has shared on his You Tube channel, popular Political analyst Prof Herman Manyora has dealt the Deputy President William Ruto a major blow after allegedly saying he cannot bring any change if elected president. According to the city analyst, throwing down there will not bring change unless corruption loopholes are sealed. Manyora alleges the Deputy President William Ruto has not told Kenyans how he will do that.
"I don't see how Ruto can change this country, he is a good man but he cannot bring any change to this country. He cannot change it by throwing money there. Which money is he throwing down there and he has not told us how he will stop corruption? He must stop the stealing up there to throw money down there. He must first seal the loophole. He not telling us how he will stop the stealing. Because corruption is the main problem facing our Country, and then you tell me Ruto being a president can bring any change," Ranted Professor Herman Manyora.
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