His Excellency William Ruto has finally responded after his closest opponent honorable Raila Odinga briefed the country and his supporters that he will hold public engagements at Kamukunji to decide their way forward on defending the embattled commissioners of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
According to him, Raila's opposition team should not encourage any street fights while demonstrating as he looks forward to seeing them behave responsibly.
"I want to encourage them not to drive Kenyans against one another. Street demonstrations and street fights should not be part of the script of any responsible opposition unless they want to be a dictatorial opposition which I don't think that's where they want to go because that works for nobody, it doesn't even work for them," said President Ruto.
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