Popular and controversial Kenyan political analyst and professor mutahi Ngunyi who is one of the most fierce critics of president William Ruto has send a warning to Ruto's government hours after the deadly banditry attack on Kenya's security forces in Turkana. Ngunyi who has observed that president Ruto needs to form his government and cabinet in ernest has said that should he fail he will be in for a rude shock.
According to Ngunyi, Kenya is now ripe for president William Ruto's men who will lead in various fieds, departments and government entities.
Ngunyi has warned that after the deadly banditry attack, a terrorist attack may follow which may result to heightened criticism on Ruto's administration.
While alleging that Ruto is an arrogant leader, Ngunyi has said that he in a fragile state and that it is very urgent for him to purge the current administration and constitute his. "The urgency is loud," Ngunyi has said via his official tweeter account.
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