Lawyer Donald Kipkorir has now come out to expose one of the major mistake that the Deputy President William Ruto and ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi have been making in the recent campaigns that they have been conducting across the various parts of the country.
In his statement, lawyer Kipkorir has indicated that despite the two leaders joining forces in the recent days, they are passing conflicting messages to their supporters whenever they give their speeches.
According to him, the Deputy President is praising the development record set by the government and goes on to take credit for himself while ANC party leader is accusing the failures of the government. He has also noted that they all have while in one forum that they are running for presidency.
"Both are telling excited crowds in one forum they're running for Presidency: One praises Government development record & takes credit; the other abuses the President & calls him a failure in development matters.
One crowd. Two Conflicting Messages. One Cheer. SHEER MADNESS," posted lawyer Donald Kipkorir.
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