Kenyans to their social media platforms have ganged up against former Jubilee party Secretary Rafael Tuju, roasting him over his allegation on Deputy President William Ruto as fresh details emerges.
As source reveals, in a conversation with local media on Wednesday, Rafael Tuju who is now Azimio- One Kenya secretariat claimed that supporters of President Uhuru Kenyatta negotiated deal for William Ruto to support Uhuru Kenyatta.
"Kenyans need to know the truth. Supporters of President Uhuru Kenyatta negotiated the deals for Ruto to be able to support President Uhuru Kenyatta successor. There was no way Ruto was going to give anything for free." Rafael Tuju began.Courtesy
According to Mr Rafael Tuju for William Ruto to back Uhuru Kenyatta for President he was paid and that, nothing he offered for free.
His remark has however subjected Kenyans to mixed political reactions with sections terming his sentiment as political propaganda to witch hunt DP William Ruto's presidential bid. Reactions as attached;
Kenyan: Took him almost 10 years to speak out. How do you expect Wanjiku to listen to you.
Peter: Too late. Enough is enough.
Jesse: How is that even possible
Njoroge: Maneno ya wanasiasa sio ya kuaminika ndio maana siasa ni siasa.
Kosgei: Too late.
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