Deputy President William Ruto today toured Kiambaa Constituency where he drummed up support for his candidate in the July Mini polls which is expected to be a fierce battle between his candidate and Jubilee. While addressing the area residents, Ruto did not mince his words by claiming that the judges who nullified the BBI bill were justified to do so since it was unconstitutional.
Ruto further revealed that the rule of law should be adhered to by everybody regardless of their position in the society a statement that was directly targeted to his former friend Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga who are opposed to the ruling by the high court on the BBI proposals.
An extract from the Star Newspaper
Ruto who has for long been opposed to the document insisted that it was not the right time for the crusaders of the document to issue threats and intimidations but instead get back to the drawing board and look for alternatives. Do you support Ruto’s assertions? React below.
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