Deputy President William Ruto has allegedly revived his attacks on President Uhuru Kenyatta together with his allies after reminding them that it's indeed sad and unfortunate that the 8 million Kenyans are now being forced to support a certain Presidential candidate as if they don't have their Democratic right to vote for their Preferred Candidate.
Speaking when he met with a group of women leaders together with Mama Mbogas in his Karen home, the second in command reported that, "Ni vibaya Sana wakati tunaona Viongozi wetu, wale tuliochagua wakieneza siasa za ukabila. Hii nchi si yako na watu wachache hapa na pale. Wakenya wanahitaji kupewa ruhusa ya Kujichagulia viongozi wao."At the same time, DP William Ruto also stated that Kenyans are now tired of being told to vote for certain leaders from certain tribes, adding that their time to choose their able leaders has come.
At the same time, Ruto has reported that his proposed 2022 hustler nation Government will escalate the war against corruption, jail all corrupt leaders.
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