Popular Mount Kenya Advocate Ndegwa Njiru, has allegedly revealed amount of money His Excellency President William Samoei Ruto has Bribed MPs to vote in favour of his motion to extend Presidential term limit.
Ndegwa Njiru, fearlessly Admits that President William Ruto is thirst to remain forever. And he doesn't want anyone to succeed him including his close Political Associates.
He Alleges that President William Samoei Ruto has been bribing Millions of Money to MPs, so that they can pass the Bill without confronting or even asking Questions.
According to Ndegwa, who was among the top Mount Kenya Lawyers criticing President William Ruto's Presidential bid. He said that the same way William Ruto won the Presidential Elections against Azimio leader Hon Raila Amollo Odinga, is still the same he will stay in power.
This emerge a few days ago after Fafi Member of Parliament Hon Salah Yusuf Salah made controversial and Alarming remarks on William Ruto staying in power for more than 30 years.
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