Deputy President Dr William Ruto speaking during a past political rally. (Photo courtesy).
Political analyst Mark Bichachi, has hit the Deputy President Dr William Ruto saying that he is looking for presidency in whichever manner possible, and he can say anything which needs to be said in order to woo Kenyans especially the youths to vote for him as the next president next year.
Speaking on an interview with KTN news television, Bichachi said that DP Ruto is the kind of politician who does not care to lie to Kenyans throw double speaking in order to get elected as the next president in next year's polls.
He is not ashamed of double speaking and he has been heard in some rallies attacking the government that it has failed, while in other occasion he has also taken advantage of the same government projects saying that they have done as a government. He is only saying that for the sake of hoodwinking Kenyans in order to win presidency.
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