Suna east Constituency member of parliament Junet Mohamed has come out this morning to badly expose deputy president William Ruto following the ruling by the Court of appeal which stopped the building bridges initiative (BBI) Constitutional amendments.
In a social media message, Junet Mohamed posted two messages from deputy president William Ruto: one showing the second in command praising a particular clause in the BBI constitutional amendments while the second image showed his recent celebration after BBI was paused.
This, according to Junet Mohamed; amounts to double standards even as he told kenyans to vote wisely and beware of such kinds of Politicians. However, it appears that his statement has triggered backlash.
A good number of kenyans came out to hit out at him for taking the matter out of context considering that Ruto was only praising one aspect of BBI while a few number backed him.
Patriot: If we have to clean the mess you too need to be voted out. You in particular cannot be trusted to fight what you are part of. Such a pity when the kettle calls out the pot. Same same old. Kenyans are wise.
Rayson: You should have posted something that Raila has to offer. Or you can't sell Raila without SELLING DP Ruto.
Emmanuel: Excuse me Mheshimiwa, among what the DP highlighted in Bomas as matters which needed to be adressed, which one did you take into action? Why yell at him?
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