As 2022 general elections nears, politicians are trying all means to convince the voters to vote them in. Presidential aspirants are using all means possible to campaign and Deputy President William Ruto has not been left behind. He has been throwing jabs at the former Prime minister Raila Odinga that he is being sponsored by the State. This means that Raila Odinga is a 'State Project'.
Dr Ruto's way of labelling Raila has not been received well by a section of Raila's allies. Suba legislator John Mbadi has blasted Dr Ruto for his remarks. He has told off the Deputy President and said that Ruto himself is a project of cartels. He further said that Raila Odinga does not need to be a project of anybody as he was able to make it to presidency on his own.
Mbadi said that Raila has won many elections but they have been snatched away from him and because of his love for the country, Raila entered into a handshake deal with President Kenyatta for the sake of peace.
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