Imminent attacks have been directed at deputy president William Ruto after claims emerged that the second in command was planning to investigate Uhuru Kenyatta once he ascends to power.
Competitors from the Azimio brigade have now fired back at the deputy president terming him amongst the individuals who should question their credibility in leading the nation before, alleging he shall probe the president.
In his manifesto, Dp Ruto mentions how he shall end the current state capture which is currently derailing the Big 4 agendas that they had planned with the Dp.
Mombasa governor Ali Hassan Joho has now reacted to the claims terming them as unworthy and politically sponsored, According to the star news, Joho has told off Dp Ruto to investigate himself first with his team before castigating any attacks on a top leader in Kenya.
Mombasa governor has been a fierce critic of the deputy president with at some point linking him to the problems facing the Mombasa port. The governor argued that the country has never faced any big corruption issues as compared to those of Ruto. He concluded that the whole UDA brigade majorly entails corrupt Members.
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