Jeremiah Ngayu Kioni Is a Kenyan politician, who was elected as member of parliament for Ndaragwa Constituency since 2007 to 2013 with Jubilee party. The former while speaking on an interview through Citizen TV stated that whether the first in command has relatives in office or not, he will be the first Kenyan president to serve for only one term in office.
Kioni went ahead to accuse the second in command Hon Rigathi Gachagua by stating that Ruto is using his loose mouth to a accuse Uhuru's government for no reason and that Dr William Samoei Ruto is done with him.
"Am now certain that the same Kenyans who put Ruto in office are the same people who will send him home come august 2027. Whether they plan to rig election come 2027 or whether they have relatives in IEBC Ruto must be a one term president. An for Gachagua president Ruto is done with you, he is using your loose mouth as a canon to hit others" Jeremiah Kioni stated.
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