The Cabinet Secretary of the Interior Security, Dr. Fred Mаtiаng'i, has blamed tender wars for the cause of Deruty president Williаm Rutо in Resident Uhuru Kenyatta.
Speaking in the Nyamira area, the CS criticized the fact that Deputy President William Samoei Ruto was running for the government to get some support from his supporters.
He pointed out that Hillary Mutyambai had decided to seek out local producers as they were providing National Роliсe Service (NPS) services at an extra cost.
Dr Fred Mаtiаng'i made the remarks in reference to Rutо's explosion when he met with international election observers and said that the South African Department of Education was the first to emerge.
In addition, he criticized the Kenyan leader in Kwanza Kwanza for distributing dirty local line to international observers with the intention of painting a government image.
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