The former National Assembly Speaker Kennedy Marende has took a new twist to the second in command who is actually one of the vibrant 2022 presidential aspirants. According to the former chief justice Kennedy Marende, he has revealed that the deputy president is too greedy to be the president of the republic of Kenya.
"Ruto is too greedy to be the president" The daily publication quoted the former National Assembly Speaker Kennedy Marende.
Speaker Kennedy Marende has cautioned Kenyans against electing the second in command William Samoei Ruto as their president in 2022.
He went ahead to reveal that the deputy president William Ruto abused president Uhuru Kenyatta's political agenda for his own interests after he distanced himself from the ruling party Jubilee only to form his own campaigning party.
The kakamega county senetaor Wycliffe Oparanya has also attacked James Orengo revealing that if is not willing and prepared enough then he should drop his presidential bid ahead of the 2022 general election.
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