The opposition leader Raila Odinga's recent requests to the government have drawn rebuke from President William Ruto. In response to Raila's demands, Ruto claimed he was daydreaming during his remarks at the border police hospital's official opening in Kitui County.
On Monday, Raila urged that the government decrease living expenses and make the IEBC servers accessible to the general public.
Yet, Ruto has reminded Raila that his request for the opening of IEBC servers at this time is nothing more than a slight against our collective wisdom. Ruto also reminded Raila that his demands were excessive and that there were not enough fools in the nation.
Ruto quoted Bob Marley, who once said that you can fool some people occasionally but not everyone all the time.
@WilliamsRuto, the president: "It is an insult to our collective intelligence for anyone to claim that they currently require the IEBC servers to be opened. Let them remember that while you can occasionally fool certain individuals, you can't fool everyone all of the time."
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