The Kiharu member of parliament Ndindi Nyoro today attacked the former Gatanga Mp Peter Kenneth who he said that his political success was not going to be that easy because he lacked a firm political stand.
The outspoken lawmaker further added that he had told him that he was okay in becoming Ruto's deputy in the 2022 election only for him to change along the way for no apparent reason.He added that Peter Kenneth was now being seen with leaders that were Dp's political rivals.
The Ruto diehard proceeded to tell the former Mp that even though he was very junior in politics compared to him, he advised him to always believe in himself before convincing other people to believe in him.
He said that nothing was going to come easily to him in respect to his presidential ambition and that he needed to work with Ruto if he wanted to be in the next government.
The leader said that Ruto was the only leader who had high chances of succeeding president Uhuru Kenyatta because already he had a very strong support base from different parts of the country.
Attached is a video link of Ndindi speaking:
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