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"Wewe Kuja Useme Tibim ni Nini" Ruto Tells Raila After Announcing Move to Skip Presidential Debate

The United Democratic Alliance presidential candidate Deputy President William Ruto has urged his main rival, the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance presidential candidate Raila Odinga to show up for the presidential debate tomorrow, Tuesday July 26.

Makau Mutua, who is Raila's spokesperson, on Sunday said that Raila was not going to share a podium with Ruto, claiming that he does not have pubic morals and is hungry for power.

Azimio allied leaders have welcomed the move, while those in Ruto's wing have claimed that Raila had sensed defeat, and did not have any tangible agenda to sell to Kenyans.

Speaking on Monday morning in Nandi Hills Constituency in Nandi County while leading Kenya Kwanza Alliance campaigns, Ruto told Raila to attend the debate even if he has nothing to tell Kenyans.

"Our competitors do not have agenda on how to take this country forward, and that is why they have run away from the debate. We are telling them come August 9, we expect you to be on the ballot, do not run away from the polls."

"I want to encourage Raila to come for the debate, I am ready to face you because Kenyans want to know what we have for them. Even if you do not have an agenda, come and tell us what the terms 'Tibim, Tialala' means," said Ruto amid cheers from the crowd.

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Kenya Alliance Makau Mutua Nandi Hills Constituency Raila Ruto


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