The leaked audio records of Ruto assaulting his boss Mr. Kenyatta has now raised eyebrows on the leadership of Ruto and his allies. Ruto has faced tough criticism and warnings from the political class who have now cautioned Kenyans on electing Ruto in the August race. Ruto has been committing political blunders just ahead of the polls and this has landed him in big trouble. Days ago during the launching of the Kenya Kwanza Manifesto Ruto claimed that he will probe Uhuru over State capture if he takes power.
His wicked plans have raised eyebrows and heated debates. Reacting to his claims Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho has exposed Ruto and delivered a stern warning to him. Joho has told Ruto that if he has plans of arresting someone then he must begin with himself first. He rebuked Ruto and said that there is no leader in this country whose integrity has been questioned more than him. He said that the whole UDA leadership is facing questions on integrity.
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