Following the latest bold remarks by Deputy President William Ruto on matters his security details, his bottom up economy approach and political power and positions sharing, much have been said across all political camps.
Through his facebook page, President Uhuru Kenyatta's allied top lawyer Wahome Thuku had the following bold remarks as his reaction to Ruto's post. "Some of these statements he should not be posting. Atleast everyone in social media went to some school at some point" reads part of his facebook postPicture for illustrative purpose.
This attracted lots of reactions where different Kenyans gave different views and opinions as captured below.Picture for illustrative purpose.
*People should go for everyone's history before supporting or criticizing him or her. This mostly applies to politicians and leaders seeking for elective posts or even seeking to hold public offices both locally and internationally.
*For your information my good friend Wahome, nothing will stop William Samoei Ruto from being your President from 2022. In the meantime just castigate his agenda and manifesto but you won't change our stand.
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