Monday was an extraordinary day for Kenya's Kwanza Alliance under deputy president William Ruto after money manager Jimmy Wanjigi's assertion about Ruto. Wanjigi was tending to individuals in Kenya on Monday after he was invalidated by the IEBC from taking part in the approaching general races. The IEBC said that he had no university declaration and consequently was not qualified to compete for administration.
In his location, Wanjigi offered a positive comment that has piqued the interest of Kenyans. He said that Ruto generally says reality. This has pushed Kenyans to accept that the financial specialist could want to join Ruto in Kenya Kwanza given that now he has no side. He won't consider Azimio in light of the fact that he previously had his disparities with Raila before he chose to strive for administration.
"Nataka niambie Wakenya hivi, yale ndugu deputy president wetu amezungumza ni ukweli. Ni ndugu kama Covid. Hii Jubilee ya Uhuru ilianzishwa hapa, ilianzishwa kama UhuRuto 2013... Sasa UDA Kenya, Kwanza ni nani? "Si ni Ruto?" Wanjigi said as the group cheered.
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