As we gear towards the electioneering period, the political temperature increases up above the optimum level, as the supremacy battle continues to take shape between former prime minister Raila Odinga and deputy president William Ruto.
Consequently, the member of parliament for Alego Usonga constituency, hon Samuel Atandi has ones again slammed deputy Ruto .As he tells him off to forget about presidency, for the space has been filled be its owner (Raila Odinga).
"...and I want to tell Ruto forget about presidency...You won't make it as so long as Baba is in the race...he will be the fifth president"
He further asked deputy Ruto to allow the CS Matiangi to do his work, and he will be there to stay, because he is the same government that imposed him where he currently serves from 2017.
"Why are you complaining about CS Matiangi, have you sensed defeat?...you are the same government who appointed him there 2017 so leave him alone..."
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