Former independent electoral and boundaries commission (IEBC) Rosslyn Akombe have dropped a bombshell and told off deputy president William Ruto to stop involving himself with the success of this country.
Taking to her Twitter page,Akombe who ran away from Kenya after the 2017 elections has said that the deputy president William Ruto was part of the oppression system and should stop Rewriting the history of Kenya. She said the second in command have never been associated with any progressive agenda in the country. She adds that Ruto should come up and say that he wants to fight for and protect the human rights and the rule of law.
"Stop rewriting our history! You have never been associated with any progressive agenda! You were part of the system of oppression. If you seek to defend human rights and the rule of law now, say so. Do not appropriate our struggles!" Akombe wrote.
He statements directly attacks Ruto who has been in the forefront to thank God after the fall of building Bridges initiative report in the court of appeal.
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