Deputy president William Ruto has reportedly told ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi to politically up his game. Adding that Musalia Mudavadi should have an agenda and vision benefiting Kenyans. Politics is not a beauty contests.
In a video shared by a writer in his you tube channel, Deputy president William Ruto has said that. It's indeed sad some politicians don't have any agenda and vision benefiting Kenyans. (Perceived to be Musalia Mudavadi some other presidential aspirants) . They are only thinking of the position and getting high ranks in the government. Deputy president William Ruto added that most of his competitors have been in the government for a long time. And they have done nothing to the country.
"wewe tulia hii si mashindano ya urembo! Kuja na agenda inayo saidia wakenya. Sio kuja kuangalia tu vyeo zennye mtapata. Hawa ambao tunashindana na wao kuna kitu wanaweza sema wamefanya Kakamega. Wamekuwa katika serikali lakini hakuna chochote wanaweza sema wamefanya hapa western",
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