In a speech to the residents of Kakamega County, President William Ruto recalled that during a previous campaign, Azimio had barred him from entering Bukhungu Stadium. Those who attempted to obstruct him, according to Ruto, are threatening him with protests in the streets right now.
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William Ruto, the president, is adamant that Oparanya and other leaders of the Azimio people have become very hostile toward him. He makes it abundantly clear that the only reason he was able to address the crowd outside of the stadium was because he refused to give in to coercion and threats.
It is evident that President Ruto cannot be intimidated, which is how he was able to triumph in the election on August 9. Ruto has made it plain that all Kenyans now have the freedom to criticize him, regardless of how conceited Uhuru Kenyatta's government was.
Ruto is unambiguous about the fact that the Western Kenya region supported his bid for the presidency, which is why he is currently in office. But let's wait and see what occurs as we head into the future; after all, these are intriguing times we live in.
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