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Kenyans Attack Deputy President William Ruto Following His Statement About Jubilee Party

Speaking in South Mugirango constituency, Kisii county where he presided over the launch of infrastructure development projects in Bogichoncho, Nyakembene and Kiabogorio secondary schools, the deputy president William Ruto maintained that the Jubilee Party is no more.

He pleaded with the residents to support his United Democratic Alliance (UDA) as the best alternative for the Jubilee party.

"Na mnajua chama cha Jubilee kilipata ajali ma ikakufa. Now we are in the United Democratic Alliance," Ruto said.

His statement elicited mixed reactions with majority of Kenyans reminding him that he is still the deputy president under the same party the he claims is dead.

"But you are still enjoying power under the same dead Jubilee," Orina Duke.

"Is dead? And why are you still the deputy president? Wacha kudanganya wakenya my friend. Talk the truth and stop accusing the goverment when you're part of it," Calistus Nangali.

"Master of double speak. Mara he is the deputy party leader of Jubilee, mara Jubilee is dead," Vickie Kachola.

"And Ruto is the Jubilee deputy party leader and the deputy president under the Jubilee government and enjoying government resources at the expense of tax payers," Walter Opiyo.

"Master of double speak taking people for a ride and you find people still following him foolishly," Joseph Maina.

"Too much bragging will not help you," Charles Ochieng.

"Resign we see if you're a man enough," Kevin Onyango.

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