The deputy president held a presser to condemn how state agencies are frustrating his bid to become the fifth president.
Dp Ruto lamented how his kenya Kwanza team was denied entry into Bukhunghu stadium in kakamega a day ago.
The deputy president stated that he was part of the campaign team in the 2017 elections, claiming they didn't misuse the chiefs like how the government is using them now.
In his response, citizen tv's Linus Kaikai hits back at the deputy president. During the Thursday evening show "the News Gang", Linus Kaikai posed "There are things you can see when you are outside gov’t that you cannot see when you are inside gov’t". https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya/status/1555280321729503232?s=20&t=c-TGTdiapcz11o3F5BANfg
He further stated that the Deputy president is now realizing that the shoe can be on the other foot.
The presser that the deputy president held, is the same as what Raila Odinga was complaining about in the 2017 elections.
Is the Dp worried about the election outcome on August 9th?
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