ODM Party Leader Hon Raila Odinga has told Deputy President William Ruto to stop assuming the role of the DCI and peacefully continue poisoning the minds of the innocent Kenyans thinking that he will win during the upcoming 2022 general election in August.
Speaking during his Meru Tour in Kinoru where the former Prime Minister had gone to mend political differences between allies of Peter Munya and those of Governor Kiraitu Murungi a move that was threatening to derail his 2022 Presidential Bid, the former Prime Minister slammed DP William Ruto asking him to first make his Ph.D. papers public before he can think of asking him (Raila) to produce his degree certificates.Also, Raila Odinga wondered why DP Ruto was obsessed with having him (Raila) disclose his degree papers while his engineering work can be seen on the Kenyan roads such as Nairobi Expressway, Kenol Marua Dual Carriage, and Thika Super Highway as a result of his technical and architectural design (s).
"Mtu Hajasoma Kweli anaweza Chora Barabara Kama Ya Thika Road, Kwani anafikiria engineering Ni Kama Ile PhD yake aliandikiwa Na Tunajua Ni Nani... Wacha DCI ifanye Kazi Yake. Wewe Uza Sera Zako," Raila told Excited Crowd.
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