Following the clearance of ODM's candidate for Msambweni by-elections, Governor Joho told DP William Ruto to stop making moves from Nairobi but visit the ground if he is ready to face the ground. Governor Joho said that he was confident that they would win the elections since the region is an ODM stronghold.
Following the statement, Miguna Miguna has said that this was a threat should be dealt with accordingly. Taking to Twitter, the self proclaimed general said that Joho's statement amounted to a criminal offense that should not be accepted in Kenya.
“Governor Ali Hassan Joho has publicly threatened William Ruto and dared him to visit Msambweni if he is a ‘real man'. Isn’t that a criminal offense? So, what is DCI Kenya, Kinoti, ODPP Kenya, Noordin Haji or IG Mutyambai waiting for?” Stated Miguna's tweet.
Speaking to the press on Friday, most of the ODM leaders present called upon DP Ruto's resignation saying that he was in office with no job.
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