Deputy President William Ruto has suffered a major blow in his 2022 Presidential bid. This happens after another governor sends this message ahead of the 2022 general elections. Governor Kuti has been a UDA battalion but things have changed. He has delivered signals that he will not support Deputy president William Ruto for his 2022 Presidency.
In a video posted by a writer. Isiolo governor, honorable Muhammad Kuti. Claims that he has dumped Deputy president William Ruto. Honorable Kuti claims that, he has realized that Deputy President William Ruto. He has been blind folding Kenyans. By referring himself as hustler. Leaders are deceiving Kenyans for favor of votes. Kuti declared that he has officially joined ODM party.
"I officially dumps Deputy president William Ruto. I have realized Ruto is lying to Kenyans calling himself hustler. That is taking advantage of the poverty in Kenya. I now join ODM party leader Raila Odinga ", Says Kuti.
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