Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has continued to dismiss Deputy President William Ruto's Presidential bid, claiming that Ruto has failed Kenyans during his time in the government and Kenyans needs new leadership.
The ODM party leader Raila Odinga has blamed the second in command for the unresolved developments that he promised Kenyans before he was chosen as the Deputy President of Kenya, saying he was incapable of delivering in his promises.
He further accused Deputy President William Ruto of of not accepting his mistakes, claiming that the Deputy President has instead blamed his failures on the hand shake.
“Jamaa huyo hawezi leta maendelea Kenya hii ( this guy cannot bring development in Kenya). He cannot perform his duties. His work is just blaming president Uhuru Kenyatta. President has done his work well." ODM party leader Raila Odinga stated.
Raila was addressing residents where he was promoting his Azimio La Umoja Movement.
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