The country has been embroiled in a conversation about the deteriorated Mombasa economy and the alleged transfer of port services from Mombasa to the interior, the matter proving to be fodder during political campaigns.
And now, a economic expert Wehliye Mohammed who supports Azimio la umoja One Kenya coalition party presidential candidate Raila Odinga has unearthed an old video of deputy president William Ruto speaking about the matter.
In a past video, Ruto had lectured those claiming that the government was planning to transfer port services from Mombasa claiming that they were misadvised.
And now, former Kiambu county governor William Kabogo has come out to weigh on the matter.
Replying to the sentiments by Wehliye, Kabogo appeared to be having a dig at DP William Ruto as he advised the Raila man to keep off the issue as there is nothing he knows, seeing borrowing from the same tone Ruto had used to dismiss the critics.
"There is nothing you know brother, leave it alone," Kabogo said.
Kabogo has in the recent past appeared to distance himself from Kenya Kwanza alliance and is seemingly on a solo campaign run.
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