"Nitoboe Au Nisitoboe" Ruto Loses Control As He Discloses This About Uhuru & Raila
By Breakingkenya | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 67732 views
Deputy President William Ruto has today castigated President Uhuru Kenyatta and his handshake friend Hon Raila Odinga over their recent behavior in regards to the hustler Nation Movement.
Addressing residents of Nyali Constituency in Mombasa County today, the second in Command has lost his control when he revealed that the two political leaders have been undermining and mocking him over his decision to seek 2022 presidential seat.
Ruto reminded residents of Nyali Constituency how he assisted ODM Party Hon Raila Odinga in 2007 to get the Prime Minister Position and President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2013 and 2017 respectively, yet they are now turning against him.
"Nitoboe au Nisitoboe! Tunataka kuwaambia ya kwamba, Nyinyi watu mumetuzea siku Mingi Sana. Hustlers si wanjinga vile (Should i expose or refrain! We want to tell you people, you have shown us disrespect for so many days. Hustlers are not foolish people), " Ruto Said.
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