The veteran Kenyan lawyer based in United States of America and the senior lecturer at Buffalo University Professor Makau Mutua has published on his twitter account accusing the Deputy President William Ruto for playing tribal politics yet at the same time condemning it.
On his twitter account he writes, "DP William Ruto says with a straight face that 'Kenya is past the politics of ethnicity.' Really? Yet he has locked up the Kalenjin vote, spends 85% of his time in Mt Kenya, and calls himself GEMA kingpin. They call this two-faced double talk preaching water and drinking wine."
Professor Makau Mutua is ODM party leader Raila Odinga's die hard who supports the handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. According to Prof Makau, the Rift Valley votes are all locked to enter the DP Ruto's basket and no 'outsider' should access to them. However, Mt Kenya remains the battlefield between the two political rivals and the votes from the region will determine the winner.
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