Azimio Secretary-General Junet Mohamed, his ODM counterpart Edwin Sifuna, and Jubilee vice-chairman David Murathe have vowed to deal with Deputy President William Ruto and Nathira Member of Parliament Ho Rigathi Gachagua who was lately appointed as Kenya Kwanza running mate naming his suspected involvement in corruption.
According to Murathe and Junet, they have informed that they are not in any way going to allow the country to be led by leaders who have several cases of corruption pending in court.
“We cannot afford to have a country which is led by two thieves. Where the President is a thief and the deputy also a thief," Jubilee Vice Chairman David Murathe has said a remark that has been reiterated by Junet Mohammed.
Raila Odinga has also asked Kenyans that they should be cautious about who they vote for as the next President saying that DP Ruto and Gachagua, are corrupt teams that have failed the integrity test.
“On his(Ruto) side are suspects of the cemetery saga, the gold scandal, and all that, and tomorrow (today) we shall be unveiling our team of reformists ahead of the August elections,” Mr. Odinga said.
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