DP Ruto's campaign is currently at the peak as he continues to gather more supporters everywhere in the nation. Mt. Kenya region has become his main target where he expects to emerge with a running mate. However, DP Ruto's popularity and increased supporters seems to be leading him the wrong direction.
This comes after what he said today in Kiambu, something that other politicians have dared landing themselves in trouble. During the address, DP Ruto mentioned people who are rarely mentioned by politicians by negative words. DP Ruto tagged Murathe and Tuju by linking them with Raila.
While addressing the people of Kiambu, DP Ruto incited the people of Kiambu to follow him and abandon Raila. After all the people agreeinh to follow Ruto, DP Ruto said that the message should reach Murathe and Tuju.
"Yule mtu wa kitendawili na Murathe yake na Tuju yake wasikie," DP Ruto quoted.
Video Link: https://www.pscp.tv/w/dBYjSnR3LTExMDY1NzMzNjU4MTU0OTI2MDl8MXlwS2RncXZQdlF4V7e3EBkMIDhV8uyPNkUV5PRvba0BGr5XqivIp6DcfVvP?t=27s&s=09
This is something that is likely to haunt him as Tuju and Murathe are likely to find revenge for him.
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