Deputy President and Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition presidential candidate Dr William Ruto speaking during a past political rally. Photo courtesy.
Deputy President Dr William Ruto who is the Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition presidential candidate, has been accused of chasing a political clout at the Coastal region especially in Kilifi County, using an Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party Gubernatorial candidate Gideon Mung'aro who is the main rival to his UDA candidate Aisha Jumwa.
Speaking during his campaign rally at Kilifi County today just a day after Deputy President Dr William Ruto campaigned there, Mung'aro accused Ruto for using his name for gaining political clout by claiming that he gave him an appointment to land ministry. He argued that Ruto is just lying to the people of Kilifi to try and lure them to back his presidential bid, which will not happen because it's Uhuru who appointed him to government not Ruto as he claimed yesterday. Therefore he should stop it because it is not going to work for him at all.
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