Mwalimu Mohamed Abduba Dida is a Kenyan scholar cum politician. He once vied for the presidential seat in Kenya but lost heavily. Mwalimu Mohamed Abduba Dida has been fighting for the rights of Kenyans and has been in the forefront cautioning Kenyans against corrupt politicians.
Mwalimu Mohamed Abduba Dida has publicly mocked Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto. According to him, he says that DP William Ruto has been reduced to babysitting random children and attending church services where he attacks certain communities. Mwalimu Abduba Dida said that President Uhuru removed all the options and campaign tools that DP Ruto would have used.
"In Central Kenya, HE Uhuru removed all the options and campaign tools that Mr Ruto would have used. He can't say he'll construct roads, those are all done. He has been reduced to babysitting random children and attending church services where he attacks certain communities." Tweeted by Mwalimu Mohamed Abduba Dida
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