Azimio La Umoja warns Ruto from abusing Uhuru in public
The Azimio la Umoja which is led by former Kenyan prime minister Hon. Raila Odinga and former health minister Hon. Martha Karua has taken its presidential campaigns in the Central Region of Kenya which has been a hot cake for Presidential aspirants due to its highest number of voters.
During Azimio la Umoja campaigns in Kambu county led by Peter Keneth, Martha Karua, Charity Ngilu, and other key campaigners of Raila they warned Deputy President Dr. William Ruto against abusing his boss president Uhuru in public.
"Hutaongoza na Matusi Kijana" Peter Keneth said while warning Ruto.
The Azimio la Umoja campaigners also urged the people of Kiambu not to vote for William Ruto. He has no respect for their chosen president who is also their son because he was born and raised in Kiambu county.
They also said that if Ruto want to throw harsh words, then he should come and face the Azimio people because they are the ones who he is competing with and not Uhuru.
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