21 minutes ago, a credible source of news Channel 7 News TV EA took to their Facebook page to report,
"GUMO COMES OUT OF RETIREMENT TO WARN KENYANS ABOUT RUTO" ALIIBA SANA AKIWA DEPUTY PRESIDENT, AKIWA RAISI JE?"
According to Channel 7 News TV EA, veteran politician Fred Gumo said that DP Ruto stole a lot when he was the second in command and asked Kenyans, if he did all that, what about when he becomes president? Gumo said this as he drummed up support for Raila Odinga ahead of 2022 elections.
When Channel 7 News TV EA shared the news on their Facebook page, Kenyans reacted on their comment section and below is what some of them said,
@Cyndyrosh Ronoh, "kitambo wazee walikua holy sana, wangeenda kuomba hata kama mvua imepotea inaanza kunyesha, but kama hao ndio wazee tuko nao sai wa kusema uongo tuko na shida."
@Zip Khae, "I thought i will vote for Ruto but now because of this hatred from old dogs, im now officially joining UDA."
@Antony Njeri, "Ruto ni shujaa ,imagine hii mkutano yote ,asante Gov kahiga kwa kuwaambia ukweri😁😁."
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