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What Ruto Said in Kikuyu Language in Front of Uhuru, Raila as Excited Crowd Shouted in Joy- VIDEO

Deputy President Willam Ruto has today dismissed unverified claims and media reports that he has abandoned his constitutional duties and that he is now reading from Uhuru's different script.

Speaking during Today's mashujaa Day celebrations which took place in Kirinyaga County, the second in command also excited residents when he said (Via Kikuyu Language) that people should be careful not to be is led by some people who are now pretending to be holier than thou, while their evil deeds are in the public domain.

DP Ruto has for instance reported that he has assisted President Uhuru Kenyatta to achieve the big four agenda program before the upcoming 2022 general election while swearing before God, that he will undertake his duties with distinction of being the DP of this beautiful nation.

"Andu A Kirinyaga Muriaro? Muriaro Ringi? Ngai ni Mwega? Mwathani agoshwo? I want to first to congratulate my boss President Uhuru Kenyatta who has entrusted me with such a beautiful office. I want to swear before God that I will undertake my duties," Ruto Said.

But this didn't go unnoticed by Kirinyaga residents who are heard cheering DP Ruto who spoke after Raila's Speech.

On his part, Raila delivered a speech of fewer than 10 minutes where he emphasized the need to change the economic status of the nation.

William Ruto: We came here four years ago and this place was very muddy, but today we have a world class stadium because of your commitment to the development of our country.

DP William Ruto: We celebrate you (President Uhuru Kenyatta), your legacy as a transformational leader in Kenya will set the standard for leaders that will come after you. We will build on the legacy that you have set. 


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Andu A Kirinyaga Muriaro Muriaro Ringi Ruto Said Via Kikuyu Willam Ruto


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