Deputy President Dr William Ruto. (Photo courtesy).
Deputy President Dr William Ruto, has been found guilty of double speak again in his quest for presidency, after claiming that he is the Deputy President of Kenya and together with President Uhuru Kenyatta they are building a big dam in Makueni County called Thwake, which will help in solving the water crisis in the Ukambani region.
In his latest message on Twitter, Communication strategist Lord Abraham Mutai has shared the Deputy President's clip telling the Makueni residents that they are constructing Thwake dam, to help them in getting enough water which is their main problem. While the other day he accused the government saying that it is oppressing people with high taxes and over borrowing.
"William Ruto Yesterday: This government must stop oppressing people with high taxes and over borrowing. William Ruto today: Us like government we are building a big dam called Thwake! Flip... flop... In government when it favours you in opposition when it doesn't." He said. Video link: https://twitter.com/ItsMutai/status/1440572098095636484?s=19.
Kenyans have also reacted to the DP's statement and slammed him for being a hypocrite. He sings the successes of the government but runs away from its failures just to hoodwink Kenyans to vote for him. They said that the second in command is just practicing conmanship.
Here are some of their reactions:
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