Deputy President Dr. William Samoei Ruto has directly attacked President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta over the larger Mount Kenya and the 2022 Presidential polls.
Speaking in Isiolo County. Ruto said that the Presidential seat cannot be discussed in a Boardroom of 10 to 20 Tycoons. But it will be determined by the 50 Millions Hustlers, who are Interested in surging change in this Country.
The former Eldoret MP told President Uhuru Kenyatta and his team, that Mount Kenya as a Region is home to many Kenyans. And nobody has the Authority to decide on who will be Elected as the 5th President of Kenya apart from its Citizens.
"I have the Key to State House. And to those a few rich people in this Country who are somewhere planning on who they will handover power. I want to tell in a broad daylight, they will make it."
"Kenyans are not fools to play around with their minds. They exactly what they want, and they know where they are headed. So stop this kind of Nonsense."
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