Although his victory was disputed not only by his competitors but also by some of the top IEBC commissioners, that didn't stop William Ruto from becoming the the 5th President of the Nation even though he defeated Raila Odinga with a very slim margin.
To this moment, many people have been talking about the low turnout during the election as many people didn't vote and today, Kenyans were left talking after Mutahi Ngunyi turned to President William Ruto and sent him a direct message and publicly asked him a tough question. Through his official twitter account, Mutahi Ngunyi decided to take on the Head of State as he sent him a strong message and a question. According to Ngunyi, close to 15 million Kenyans didn't vote for him while he was only made President by 7 million Kenyans.
It is after that when Mutahi Ngunyi posed a difficult question to President William Ruto as he asked him what are his intentions with the 15 million people who didn't vote for him.
"Dear president Ruto. 7 million KENYANS voted AGAINST you. 8 Million KENYANS did not VOTE. You were MADE President by 7 million Kenyans. What do you PLAN to do with the 15 Million VOTERS? Just asking." Tweeted Mutahi Ngunyi.
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