He has warned that Ruto's language is a language of autocrats and dictators in the making. "The language Ruto is using is the language of autocrats and dictators in the making. Kenyans must be very careful not to elect such leaders."
Orengo likened Ruto with Adolf Hitler, and Mobutu, he accused him of radicalising youths in his favour refering to Ruto's closeness with youths whom he refers as Hustlers. The vocal Raila ally has warned that Kenyans should not fall into this trap thinking that Ruto will rescue them.
It is not the first time the senator is accusing deputy president of this, he is on the record alleging that the second in command has been giving out money he obtained through corruption. Yesterday while addressing mourners at Mbita during the burial of senator Moses Kajwan'g's father, Orengo asked parliamentarians to summon Ruto over links with a controversial businessman Harun Aydin. Video: https://twitter.com/orengo_james/status/1426599947042951172?s=09
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