To this moment, Deputy President William Ruto has used many strategies and slogans like the wheelbarrow, hustler nation, clerk of the people, spectator among others in order to lure as many people as possible to support him for the August 9th 2022 general election and as Alinur Mohamed makes it look like, Ruto is getting short of ideas with days to the general election.
Just recently, DP William Ruto was seen wearing sneakers as he held a meeting with youths but his latest move backfired as Alinur Mohamed came out through his official twitter account to expose the dirty game that Ruto is playing with his allies.
Through his official twitter account, Alinur Mohamed stated that it is George Wajackoyah who came up first with the freedom is coming idea before Ruto and his men grabbed it from him. To make it worse, Alinur Mohamed claimed that they even decided to copy Raila Odinga when it comes to wearing Jordan Sneakers because it is Baba who has been wearing the shoes.
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