Deputy President William Ruto stressed today that if elected president, the country's criminal justice system will not be used to intimidate political opponents, but will instead deliver justice and security to all citizens.
Deputy President William Ruto in his campaign for presidency, pointed out that he will not advocate for unfair treatment by the criminal justice system saying that using courts to advance political agendas is unacceptable. Leaders allied to DP supported him saying that they want a justice system that will not interfere with the political space and political activities.
"None should use the criminal justice justice system to threaten supporters or blackmail anyone. Those who want to work with the hustler nation are welcome to our house," said Ruto.
He urged Kenyans to support leaders in the UDA party claiming that it is a National Party as opposed to tribal parties that are only popular at the grassroots. Ruto maintains, the President Kenyatta's legacy is safe in his hands and that the ODM leader Raila. Odinga's goose is cooked.
He is campaigning in Laikipia where he will set up a tent for two days. The Deputy president's visit to Nyeri has been marked by a change of heart by different leaders eyeing, different political seats in the coming elections, a sign that the UDA party is gaining ground in central Kenya again.
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