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Things that deputy president William Ruto talks about in Narok county yesterday

Deputy president William Ruto declared that nobody own him anything for 2022 presidential bid. Ruto agrees with what president Uhuru Kenyatta talks about in his speech on Saturday at Sagana state lodge that no body owned him something.

Ruto said that he supported president Uhuru in 2013 and he did not give any conditions adding that he would see Kenyans supporting him directly.

Speaking during a fundraising for Maranatha church at Enoosean, Trans-mara west sub county in Narok county,Ruto said that the important thing that makes him to support Uhuru at 2013 was to ensure togetherness, unity and to deliver agenda to Kenyans. Ruto said that the only debt he and the president had was to unite the country and ensure they delivered on the promises they made to Kenyans in their campaigns.

The deputy president William Ruto said that he would want to be judged based on his performance,asking his rivals not to seek country's leadership using shortcuts but to sell their agenda to Kenyans

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Enoosean Kenyans Maranatha Narok William Ruto


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