Royal Media Service owner SK Macharia has send a powerful message to the Deputy President of Kenya William Ruto while attending an 'Azimio La Umoja' event that has been held in Kwale in the coastal parts of Kenya.
While delivering speech, Macharia revealed that the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga was put in detention by the late president Daniel Moi hence he is the best person to become the next president of this country. He added that it is high time DP Ruto also makes a decision to vote for Raila because he deserves it as compared to some of his opponents.
"Raila na Moi tunajua history yao, Moi aliweka Raila kwa detention kwa miaka tisa hiyo tuache haina faida na kama umeona mtu ameenda detention kwa mwaka tisa na ako hapa na sisi na anataka kuwa president wa Kenya sijui kijana mwingine kura yake should go to Raila," said SK Macharia.
Click on the video link below to watch SK Macharia telling DP Ruto to vote for Raila while in Kwale.
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