Speaking in an interview with K24 TV, Kipruto Arap Kirwa has elicited a mixed reactions online after claiming that Raila Odinga made a very big mistake of incorporating the former president Uhuru Kenyatta in his team. He said it was a very big mistake that coated him his presidential dreams. According to Kipruto Arap, all the problems and the challenges of the government of the day were blamed on him and this gave Dr William Ruto an upper hand than Raila Odinga.According to Kipruto Arap Kilwa, despite carrying all the misfortunes of the government of the day, Raila Odinga made a very big mistake. According to him he shouldn't have allowed president Uhuru Kenyatta any area close to Azimio la Umoja team since he is the man to blame for his woes.
Kipruto Arap Kirwa has been regretting why he left Kenya Kwanza despite being a strong man in it at dying minutes. He alleged that he foresaw a win in Azimio la Umoja but he made a very wrong turn.
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