As the clock ticks towards August general elections, political formations and to form the next government are flexing muscles at the ground as they look forward to gather more Kenyans into their camps ahead of the long-awaited electoral day.
However, they are engaging in war of words in order to dismantle rivals and defame them by painting their pictures as bad for Kenyans to lose their interest in them.
Speaking in Nyeri today, Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance presidential running mate Martha Karua has turned her guns blazing at deputy President William Ruto, asserting that he has been in government for 10 years and he has nothing to show for, Instead wherever he passes, Kenyans must cry that their properties have been stolen.
"You have been in government for 10 years, tell us one village where you have done something. Whenever you have passed Kenyans are weeping that their properties have been stolen. Don't cry when we speak the truth because that is your history," Karua has said.
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