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What DP Ruto Said On Raila's ODM During Kenya Kwanza Rally In Meru That Has Sparked Mixed Reactions


Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate Deputy President William Ruto has today, Monday, 4th continue with his Mount Kenya vote hunts as he seeks to dethrone his boss, President Uhuru Kenyatta, with just about 35days to go much awaited August 9th election.

Through his Facebook publication, the second in command informed to have toured and engaged residents of Imenti in Meru County to sell hustlers Uchumi Kwanza agenda to the people.


Talking to the mammoth crowd that attended the rally, DP Ruto took a swipe at his rivals in presidential bid Raila Odinga and his ODM battalions for steeping up to defend President Uhuru Kenyatta after their bitter fallout.

According to DP Ruto, what they are doing is pretence considering he is the one who pushed hard to ensure to make Uhuru the President. Adding, he termed ODM move as conmanship.

"Stop the charade. ODM should stop pretending to value President Uhuru Kenyatta more than those who who worked tirelessly to make him the President. Those who stood by him. Stop this political conmanship." DP William Ruto said.


He was accompanied by Kenya Kwanza running mate Rigathi Gachagua, National Speaker Justine Muturi, Mithika Linturi, Kithure Kindiki, Kathuri Murungi, Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro among other host of UDA aspirants from the region.


His remark has however subject Kenyans to mixed political reactions as attached below;

Davu: The problem with Ruto is that he expects political difference to be permanent. If this guy don't change on how he is doing his politics, he may not see the presidency though he has good chance.

Obao: The same ODM stood with President Uhuru Kenyatta throughout his second term when you desserted him and started your campaign.

Joseph: You make it look like those who supported Uhuru had no stake in Uhuru's win. They were all serving their interest.


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