Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has defended William Ruto for the first time. He has termed the security downscale which happened in Ruto's Karen residency is against the law. "Everybody is guaranteed security and right to life is non-negotiable. Let us not cross the redline," Kalonzo said.
Ruto and Kalonzo have been in a political war since 2013. It even got worse in the recent times after Ruto accused Kalonzo of land grabbing. Musyoka on his part blamed him of corruption and abuse of office. He further added that his main aim is to make sure Ruto does not ascend to power in 2022. This raised crutisizm as he was determined at stopping one from becoming president instead of selling his manifesto.
Speaking in a church service today at Redeemed Gospel Church, Pipeline, he reminded Ruto of his remarks in 2018. This was during the mock swearing Raila Odinga where Ruto said to Kalonzo, "welcome to Kenya." This time Kalonzo was sitting on tarmac after his security was withdrawn.
Kalonzo has cautioned the country against returning to the era of political assassinations. It is time for democrat to prevail going forward.
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