With only 32 days remaining before Kenyans go out to vote in their preferred leaders, Deputy President William Ruto has been doing everything possible to make him a better choice in the eyes of many Kenyans. He has been saying many things but one of them has always been constant.
In almost all of his rallies, DP William Ruto has been saying that he is the one who made Uhuru Kenyatta President of the Nation but today, David Matsanga decided that it was the right time for gloves to be off as he publicly took on DP William Ruto.
Through his official facebook account, David Matsanga publicly stated that DP William Ruto never made Uhuru President of Kenya but instead, it is President Uhuru Kenyatta who made William Ruto to become the Deputy President of the Republic. For that reason, David Matsanga said that it is high time that Ruto need to stop talking about Uhuru and explain to Kenyans he will tackle corruption cases in the country if he takes over power.
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