The second in command William Samoei Ruto while addressing his allies in Kitui county where he focused on women empowerment in Kitui, directed his blame to Jubilee government for not being responsible for Kenyan citizen rights for common citizen.
According to the source the deputy president has continued to hold on that the failure of the Building Bridges Initiative, (BBI) is a big win for Kenyans since according to him, the new referendum was after benefiting its leaders and not a common mwananchi.
He took a swipe to his boss president Uhuru Kenyatta after he stood on the fact that the core cause of problems started by the time that president Uhuru started to distance him and decided to support the Orange Democratic Movement, (ODM) leader Raila Odinga on the claims of handshake.
He urged Kitui residents to make the right decision ahead of 2022 general election. He also promised to do his best if he will be elected.
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