The deputy president of Kenya William Ruto has today allegedly lectured the first in command and his counterpart Raila Odinga concerning their ways of ruling. He has told kenyans to in Kajiado county that most of them are in CRB just as the president said the other day and that it was they way the economy has been run recently.
According to a reliable source today, the second in command William Ruto has claimed that in the coming days Kenyans will come to realize that politics of blackmail and dishonest will be no more when he ascends power. He further said that kenyans have been lied to for so long and he will put everything to light by ensuring that youths gets jobs and his bottom up economic model works.
At the same time, he has said that he will continue ensure that the judicial system is independent and not intimidated as it has been in the recent days. DP Ruto was in Kajiado county when he was addressing the residents as he senstized his agenda. Watch this full video. Video
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