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Raila Tears Into DP Ruto, Claims, UDA Is Hiding In Promises As Scapegoat After Ruto Failed In Duties

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As 2022 race to state house picks fire with less than seven months to the poll, Orange Democratic Movement(ODM) party leader Raila Odinga tears hustlers nation leader William Ruto, claiming UDA is hiding in promisees as scapegoat after Deputy President William Ruto failed in his duties as second in command in Uhuru's Jubilee government.

Through the source, the ODM leader has slammed hustlers camp for blaming the Jubilee government failure on the famous handshake with President Uhuru Kenyatta that ends opposition and brought inclusiveness.

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Taking a swipe on the UDA leader, Raila claim, DP Ruto has been unable to run the government as the second in command. Thus, it is he(Ruto) who has failed in duties.

The Deputy President William Ruto has always been blaming Jubilee failure in the relationship between President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition chief Raila Odinga as he promises to save the ailing economy through his bottoms up economic model should he form the government come, August 21, 2022.

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However, Raila Odinga has dismisses the claim. To him, Ruto is now looking for scapegoat. He is hiding in promises to prepare to loot the country further. Urging voters to rally behind his Azimio la Umoja vehicle as he get set to battle the UDA leader, Musalia Mudavadi of ANC, Wiper's Kalonzo Musyoka just but a few aspirants for presidency.

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"Ruto is now blaming the Jubilee government failure on the handshake and Uhuru Kenyatta yet he has been unable to run the government as the second in command. It is he who has failed in his duties and is now looking for a scapegoat. He is hiding in promises, preparing to loot the country further." Raila Odinga Said.

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