This comes after Dp William Ruto used abusive language to the Cabinet Secretary for Devolution, Cs Eugene Wamalwa. The Dp controversy statement to Cs Wamalwa was, "In our community, we do not slap women, we respect them." The statement comes after Cs Wamalwa claimed that Dp Ruto nearly slapped him.
Governor Lonyagapuo today slammed Ruto with, " I cannot imagine an upright man, honest and distinguished leader and a man who is supposed to be a serious Christian like William Ruto can be abusive. How would you call a man a woman or viceversa?" Lonyagapuo stated.
The Dps slap news has caused him a stir after many politicians have been using it as a slogan to campaign against him.
Charity Ngilu also criticized Ruto by saying, " Ruto akisema mwanaume mwingine ni kama mwanamke, anajuaje? Alienda nyumbani kwake akamwambia ngoja nione uko namna can't."
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