As the August election is approaching, politicians have intensified their campaigns in different regions in a vote-hunting mission.
In a famous review, Kenya Kwanza candidate William Ruto has claimed to have made Uhuru Kenyatta the president.
William Ruto's remarks have stirred a lot of conversation, especially among politicians from the contrasting side. Edwin Sifuna who is the secretary-general of the Orange Democratic Movement has claimed that if Ruto made Uhuru Kenyatta the president, then he can as well make himself to be the next president.
Edwin Sifuna has further claimed that it was a joint effort between Uhuru-Ruto and that is why they took the lead. Moreover, people from Mt.Kenya and other parts of this country contributed to their win as well.
However, in his rallies, yesterday in Meru County William Ruto uttered that in 2017 if it was not for his effort David Maraga could have commanded a repeat of an election hence losing their win to their competitor Raila Odinga.
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