Several politicians are working hard to popularise their 2022 bids through various rallies and campaigns throughout the country.
While speaking at Kagaa PCEA church in Lari, Kiambu County on Sunday, presidential candidate and speaker of the national assembly Justin Muturi called out DP Ruto for lying to Kenyans that he has not started to campaign for his bid to succeed President Uhuru.
Muturi said that the deputy president has been publicly wooing Kenyans to vote for him come August next year.
He insisted that politicians must start telling Kenyans the truth instead of being daily double speakers to only win the hearts of electorates.
Muturi was responding to Ruto's remarks, who last week indicated he had not started campaigns for next year's presidential election.
While answering questions from journalists on Monday soon after he chaired an IBEC meeting at his Karen residence, Ruto instead cited that his countrywide meetings are not political campaigns but his duties as DP to listen to the views of the common people.
During his tour at the remotely located church, Muturi refused to speak politics and told journalists that the forum he was in was not ideal for him to politic.
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