Kikuyu Member of Parliament Hon Kimani Ichungwa has defended Deputy President Wiliam Ruto on claims that he was planning to slap President Uhuru informing what is being planned against former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
According to the Kikuyu legislator, he has taken to his social media a post informing that the audio aired by Junet Mohammed where DP Ruto has been allegedly recorded informing that he would have slapped President Uhuru is fake and that Kenyans should avoid being deceived.
Ichungwa has said that the Azimio team's attacks on DP Ruto are a desperate move and that he finds no wrong if DP Ruto would have slapped the Head of State, explaining that, since there is no way DP Ruto would have slapped his boss without a reason.
The Kikuyu MP has said that they will not be threatened or derailed by the attacks on DP Ruto saying that their focus is to win the Presidency and send Raila Odinga home 36 days later.
"Na hata kama ungechapwa makofi? Ungekuwa na chapwa kwa nini ? Desperados now riding on anything they can. 36 days nyinyi wote mtuondokee," the Kikuyu MP has said.
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