The Mombasa County boss has said DP Ruto's shortcoming is having one of his plans as fighting devolution in the country. Joho has alleged that they received reports that said Ruto was planning to fight devolution once he is elected as the President.
According to Joho, that is a great shortcoming of DP Ruto that should not be ignored because of the great things counties have achieved courtesy of devolution.
Joho and at least 30 governors have said they are supporting Raila because of his stand on devolution.
"Tulipata habari kuwa mpango mmoja wa William Ruto ni kupiga vita ugatuzi. Ndio maana tumekuja kusema devolution is here to stay. Mtu yeyote ambaye ameona mienendo ya ugatuzi, kura yake inapaswa kuwa ya Raila Odinga (We got reports that one of William Ruto's plans is to oppose devolution. That is why we have come here to say devolution is here to stay. Anyone who has seen the fruits of devolution should vote for Raila Odinga)," Joho stated.
Citizen TV has reported that at least 30 governors met in Naivasha where they promised to support Raila.
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