Deputy President William Ruto has hinted of a plan B should his call for a handshake with Uhuru bears no fruit. This he said after he met “wananchi" at Kipkaren, Uasin Gishu County after hosting delegates from Western region, Bungoma in his Sugoi, Uasin Gishu County. Present during the event were Governor Jackson Mandago, John Waluke, Fred Kapondi, Dan Wanyama, Didmus Barasa, Mwambu Mabonga, Benjamin Washiali and Boni Khalwale. Others were Kimani Ichung’wah, Ndindi Nyoro, Njuguna Wanjiku and Caleb Kositany.
DP Ruto who was addressing large crowd at his home town said that counted all their projects they had achieved before handshake cropped in. According to DP Ruto so much was achieved during the five year term from roads, rural electrification etc. Ruto also said that his motive to a handshake with Uhuru will see them work together adding that he is ready for any eventualities.
Then while explaining what his UDA party stands for, his ideology and how it seeks to uplift Kenyans from poverty, create jobs and bring about unity, the DP once again twisted Raila's words about the "hustler narrative" which Raila had likened to rubbish to warn him about talking bad of 'mama mbogas' or rather millions of hustlers. However he cautioned Kenyans against outfits which are tribal based and told Kenyans to shy away from leaders who are taking Kenyans to tribal lines.
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