Kakamega deputy Governor HE Ayub Savula has slammed president William Ruto's camp for accusing the former prime minister Hon Raila Odinga over the SGR contract.
According to him the SGR contract was signed in the first term of Jubilee government when president Uhuru Kenyatta and Dr. William Ruto were wearing similar shirts and ties.
We don't have short and poor memories. Kenyans know that The SGR contract was signed in the first term of Jubilee govt when President Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto were wearing similar shirts and ties. Why blame Raila Odinga for a mistake he doesn't know? Ask Henry Rotich". Hon. Ayub Savula Kakamega deputy Governor.
President William Ruto's political strategy during the August 9 Campaigns he and his allies blamed president Uhuru Kenyatta and his handshake partner Raila Odinga for every mistake the Jubilee government did.
It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming days if president William Ruto's camp will respond to his allegation or not.
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