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Raymond Moi Blasts Ruto's South Rift Allies for this Plot In Order to be Re-elected Come 2022

Raymond Moi, the son to the late Daniel Moi and Rongai Member of Parliament as blasted South Rift MPs for associating themselves with Deputy President William Ruto.

According to Raymond, their association with DP Ruto does not guarantee them a direct ticket to parliament come 2022 as they think.

He further went ahead to lecture the MPs accusing them of using the constituency finances to enrich DP Ruto rather than concentrating on delivering services to the constituents who elected them.

"Concentrate on delivery of services to your constituents rather than frequenting Karen and scrambling for meaningless pictures.Most of you, instead of channeling money to development, you're channeling it to William Ruto's pocket."

Raymond Moi lately has been on Ruto's and his allies necks accusing them from all corners. Commenting on Kimilili MP Didimus Barasa break from UDA party, he categorically said that United Democratic Party was going to be left and confined to Rift Valley region.

"Before 2022, UDA will only be confined to rift valley region. My colleague Didimus Barasa has made his decision and that has nothing to do with betrayal. That's his democratic right. Soon Khalwale will jump out of Ruto's camp after drinking enough money from Sugoi man."

As Ruto met some legislators at his Karen home today, Raymond could not keep calm as he went ahead accusing the members attending the meeting of tabling President Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga as the main agenda of the meeting.

However, his sentiments was not received well by Kenyans who accussed him of using dynasty to taint DP Ruto's name.

They further went ahead to laud the South Rift MPs for standing with the hustler nation.

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