In reaction to deputy president William Ruto's accusation that Azimio One Kenya Alliance had nothing fresh to offer Kenyans other than replicating their ideas, Azimio Secretary General Junet Mohamed suggested on his official twitter profile.
According to him, Kenya's second in command, William Ruto, and his staff are the ones who are mimicking Raila Odinga ahead of the presidential elections this year.
"When you steal an idea and then try to pass it off as your own, Mwizi Hajui is hosting tulifanya 2016 townhall economic forums. It was dubbed kikao economic forums. This week's Ngoja tukupatie concept ". MP Junet Mohamed penned a letter.
To win the August 9 presidential elections, Kenya's second in command, William Ruto, must raise his game across the country and cease relying on the Mt Kenya area. Because it appears that he will rely heavily on the Mt Kenya region to become Kenya's fifth president.
It's now a matter of waiting and seeing what occurs in the following months to determine who will win the August 9 presidential elections between Raila Odinga and Kenya's second-in-command, William Ruto.
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