The spokesperson and secretariat of Raila Amollo Odinga presidential campaign Professor Makau Mutua has slammed William Ruto with harsh words through his latest released statement.
Makau Mutua sharing the statement through his official twitter account stated, " He is a man who has no regard for ethics, public morals, or shame. That is why he has demanded that the debate not focus on corruption, integrity, ethics and governance," Makau Mutua wrote.
Makau went ahead to say that they are not going intending to share the national podium with a person who lacks basic decency.
Makau alleged that they are going to take part in a televised town hall at Jericho Social hall in Nairobi's Eastlands with ordinary kenyanss so that they can give their solutions to the challenges facing the country and common people.
This just comes after remaining only two days to the presidential debate scheduled on Tuesday 2nd, July 2022 at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa.
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