Activist George Dianoh has joined the DP Ruto's leaders to condemn Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka over their accusations that Ruto is corrupt. He warned them that their tactics won't work. He claims that DP Ruto isn't very clean but they should be last people to talk about corruption in this country terming them as lords of corruption. In his official Twitter account George Dianoh alleged that "This tactics of Ruto is a thief will never work in Kenya. Not because he's clean, but all his accusers are lords of corruption. It's nauseating to hear Raila Odinga and his flower girl Kalonzo Musyoka talking about jailing others. They should be the last people to talk about corruption.George claims come afew hours after DP William Ruto responded to Raila's claims and asked them to tell kenyans who stole KEMSHA billions as well as NYS billions. Raila Odinga in Mombasa had claimed of jailing corrupt individuals once he assumes power in 2022.
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