The Deputy President William Ruto's ally and Mathira Member of Parliament has finally break the silence on Francis Atwoli's statement. While speaking on Citizen TV Kenya, today Thursday, the Deputy President William Ruto's ally commented that Atwoli is not God to determine if Deputy President William Ruto will win the 2022 presidential election.
The Deputy President William Ruto's insider added that Deputy President William Ruto is not in competition with President Uhuru. However, he said that Deputy President William Ruto is playing smart for him to get words to market himself.
MP Gachagua's reaction comes after the COTU secretary Francis Atwoli yesterday, said that Deputy President William Ruto will not win the presidency in the coming general election. Atwoli alleges that God will not allow Deputy President William Ruto.
Francis Atwoli added that if the election was to be held now,Raila Odinga will emerge the winner.
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