Deputy president William Ruto has thrown shades to Odinga's Camp claiming he's never lost elections since he vied for an elective post in 1997. Ruto said he's a popular politician who's mastered the art of winning elections.
Speaking at his home in Karen yesterday where he met Murang'a county leaders, Ruto said he'll use the same art to win presidential elections come 2022 under the UDA ticket.
"I have been in the political scene for so many years. I have been here for 30 years since I vied for the first time in 1997 and never lost," William Ruto.
He said he has enough experience to win the elections and was in no plans of losing to anyone. He also promised to make sure anyone who vies using the UDA party ticket wins the elections using the same art and experience.
He went ahead and endorsed Irungu kangata for the Murang'a Gubernatorial seat nd Edward Muriu who's eyeing for the senatorial seat in Murang'a. Ruto showered Kangata with praises for his unshaken and firm stand against BBI.
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