The audio of the Deputy President William Ruto engaging in an ugly altercation continues to attract rave reviews with political players and scientists sharing their thoughts about the same.
Seasoned political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi, a fierce critic of Deputy President William Ruto has caused a frenzy with his late-night tweet about the genesis of the audio.
While taking to his social media account, Ngunyi has posed why there was no video of the ugly spat and questions who could have leaked the audio.
He weighs in on the possibility of whether it was the second in command or spies in the Kikuyu council of elders who could be responsible for the leak.
In his parting shot, the Professor warns that Kikuyus continue to lie to Deputy President William Ruto and the August 9 general elections will prove his point as he reiterated that he hailed from the same community and so he was adamant about his claims.
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