The Azimio la Umoja One Kenya team once again camped in the Nyanza region to market their manifesto ahead of the August 9 polls
ODM leader Raila Odinga led his team when they toured Nyanza region to seek support from their locals, urging voters to come out in large numbers and make Raila and his running mate Martha Karua win the race and beat the Kenya Kwanza team, which is under the leadership of Deputy President William Ruto.
Apart from selling and marketing the Azimio manifesto, Raila's team also used the opportunity to attack DP Ruto and the whole of his Kenya Kwanza team.
Suna East MP Junet Mohamed is among the speakers who took their time on stage deconstructing DP Ruto.
The vocal MP attacked DP Ruto being accused him of being a leader with no capacity to fight corruption in the country.
He went further and mentioned several scandals that are allegedly linked to DP Ruto.
He mentioned the maize scandal and the fertilizer scandal among others that happened when DP Ruto was serving as Agriculture minister.
While mentioning the scandal, the audience broke into Ruto-Ruto chants while giving their responses to Junet's questions.
"Nani mwizi? Nani aliiba mbolea? (who is the thief) Junet posed as the audience responded with Ruto-Ruto-Ruto
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