Vice President William Ruto is in Nyeri today, where he has traveled through various regions to sell his country's swindlers. Speaking to Nyeri, the second-in-command praised former President Mwai Kibaki as a new leader who laid the foundation for the country's economic development. "
Message from Ruto's Left Speakers," some praising him for being confident in his goal of reviving the economy. However, some accused him of being part of an oppressive regime.
Ruto backed the government of the Jubilee government while at the same time attacking Democratic Orange Party leader Raila Odinga for denying Uhuru the implementation of the Big Four plan he had promised the people.
Well, let's just wait and see.Kibaka was the most popular president and left some good things for Kenyans to enjoy. According to Kenyans, Storm Ruto said he did well with Kibaki. What is your opinion? Is it the good message that Ruto stated? Please share your thoughts with us.
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