Speaking to TV 47 on Friday 26th, the vocal political analyst Erick Ragalo said that the deputy president William Ruto attracts hundreds of people to his campaigns because of the money he dishes out to the people.
He further noted that the second in command seems to be running out of money because the amount he used to give in the past is not the same one he is currently giving out adding that more politicians join his camp with the intention that there is money to run campaigns and nothing else.
"I think the deputy president is running out of cash because the money he used to give out six months ago is not the same," Ragalo said.
His statement was well admitted by a number of Kenyans especially those allied to the deputy president William Ruto with majority advising him to keep off his affairs and concentrate on his candidate.
Others also told him that it does not matter whether he runs out of cash or not adding that they are determined to vote for him as Kenya's next president ever if it means sponsoring his campaigns. Here are some of the reactions.
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