Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto finally launched his much anticipated manifesto at Kasarani Gymnisium yesterday night. It is now up to Kenyans to decide who to vote for given that the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Movement also launched its manifesto some days back. The two leaders are seeking to succeed the retiring incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta who is serving his last term in office.
Political analyst and blogger David Makali has broken his silence after DP William Ruto launched his manifesto revealing his preffered presidential candidate ahead of August polls. According to his latest post he said that DP William Ruto should be given the presidency. He added that DP William Ruto consumes knowledge and ideas, then articulates them as his own with photographic precision.
"Give it to him. Any parent or teacher would be proud to have @WilliamsRuto as his son or student. The guy consumes knowledge and ideas, then articulates them as his own with photographic precision. Ama namna gani @WehliyeMohamed @ahmednasirlaw?" Tweeted by blogger David Makali
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