Professor Makau Mutua has again picked a fresh war with DP Ruto. Makau Mutua mocked DP Ruto and claimed that he changes his tunes just the same way a chameleon changes colour. He echoed Ruto's speech during the Mashujaa Day Celebrations that were yesterday held in Kirinyaga. Ruto had praised Uhuru Kenyatta for the tarmacked roads in the region and said that four years ago the place was just muddy.
Ruto also said that Kirinyaga has now world class stadium courtesy of President Uhuru Kenyatta. Ruto said that he was celebrating Uhuru as his hero. Ruto also said that if he takes from Uhuru Kenyatta then he will have to go on with the transformation done by Uhuru and he will too leave a better legacy for Kenyans.
On the other hand Ruto also attacked Uhuru and the Jubilee regime over poor performance. Professor Makau Mutua alleged that Ruto said that Uhuru is just concentrating on building roads everywhere and asked the question whether Kenyans will eat these roads. He also claimed that the Jubilee Government has failed since it could not implement the Four Big agenda but instead changed the conversation from developments to the BBI Reggae.
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