Lawyer Ndegwa Njiru has again attacked DP William Ruto on his ambitions to lead this country after uhuru's term ends. According to Ndegwa Mt Kenya are looking for a leader that will guarantee them protection and restoration of the rights of their people that they lost during the 2007 post election violence.Ndegwa sentiments comes amid a similar accusations from kenyans that tycoons from the region who met Raila Odinga had a similar call that they need a president that will secure their wealth. According to the flamboyant lawyer DP William Ruto can never be trusted and therefore he doesn't deserve to be elected as the president.
In the process of conveying the message Ndegwa Njiru chooses to use DP Ruto's close allies so that the message can reach him well. He used Kikuyu MP Hon Kimani Ichung'wa and Bahati MP Hon Kimani Ngunjiri who have been on forefront to spread the hustlers narrative that is propelled by DP William Ruto as a tool that will give him a sure bet comes 2022.
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