Oparanya, the former governor of Kakamega, has delivered a stern warning to President William Ruto regarding the continued attacks on former presidents Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga, with whom he shares a handshake.
The deputy chair of the Orange Democratic Movement rebuked Ruto via K24 for insulting and criticizing Uhuru Kenyatta and for not enabling him to resign amicably.
He has argued against Ruto, claiming that the Uhuru he is attacking was once his superior and handed over the keys of power to him in a smooth transition.
Ruto has been instructed that it is time for him to move in, begin working, and seek long-term solutions to the nation's economic crisis.
By saying that William Ruto's public comments on Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga may be intended to split Kenyans, the ex-governor said that he had forgotten that the presidency in Kenya is a symbol of national unity.
"Now that he has stopped criticizing President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga, President William Ruto should concentrate on reorganizing the economy."
He has asked Ruto to restrain his public remarks to Raila and Uhuru because they appear to have been made in ignorance of the fact that the presidency is a symbol of national unity and could lead to Kenyans becoming split. The former governor, Wycliffe Oparanya, stated
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