Deputy president Dr. William Ruto has today made a very Daring move in the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Amollo Odinga's political backyard in Mombasa, Sends the following Stern warning to President Uhuru Kenyatta's foot soldiers against sneaking BBI through the parliament.
The second in command who was addressing a sea of humanity in Jomvu town Mombasa County has faulted the ODM party chief Raila Odinga and his handshake Partner president Uhuru Kenyatta for trying to rekindle the constitutional amendment process through BBI even after the courts declared it null and void.
To make things interesting, Jomvu residents told DP Ruto that they want nothing to do with BBI and are ready for hustler leadership. This comes after the second in command asked them to chose between the economy and BBI.
"Wale Wadosi sasa wanapanga Njama ya kubadilisha Katiba ili kujiongeza vyeo vya uongozi. Mimi kama hustler sitakubali kitu kama hiyo kutendeka. Round hii serikali itaundwa na wanainch WA kawaida na si wadosi," Ruto told the Electrified crowd. Watch the video using the link below.
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