Makueni Governor Mutula Kilonzo Junior has dismissed the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance's questions concerning President William Ruto's legitimacy, saying that the law on how an electoral process should be done was followed to the letter when Supreme Court made it's ruling.
As quoted by the Nation on Wednesday, Mutula who was speaking in Kikuumini Ward yesterday said that those saying that they will march to State Hose to kick out Ruto from office were just day dreaming.
Mutula who has been vocal that he will never attend the Azimio anti-government rallies despite his party leader Kalonzo Musyoka being on the front line, said that it will be hard to unseat Ruto in the 2027 polls.
In what seemed to be a mock remark to Kalonzo, Mutula said that it is expensive for the Kamba Community to fund a presidential campaign, recognizing how Ruto invested both money, time and how he was determined for the race despite the government being against him.
"You think a presidential seat comes easy? You cannot raise Sh10 million to support a presidential campaign yet you are nursing presidential ambitions. It is impossible. Ask the current president."
"President Ruto beat many odds to win the presidency since he had the capacity. It will be hard to unseat him. State House is not a bedroom where you just walk in."
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