Deputy William Ruto who today took his campaigns back to Mt Kenya has Left people's mouths wagging. Ruto who was addressing people at Gatundu said that people should not be choosing the type of work to do. "Kazi ni kazi bwana, watu wawache kiburi na madharau bwana" he quoted.
This statement was indirectly for Ngilu. This wqw after Ngilu attacked Ruto in their rally with Hon Raila when he told him that he should know the difference between a wheelbarrow and a laptop. People have reacted to Ruto's post and here are some of their comments: Harrison: politic don't use names, tell the electorates your agenda and track records, also exemplify how you will fight corruption, which is a great setback to building Kenyan economy.
Hassan: If Raila can decide to call the deputy president of the republic of Kenya ' kitu kidogo sana' what do you think he will call you as an ordinary kenyan, in an unlikely event that he ascends to power.
Libese: hakuna madharau, address your people with facts.
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