The coalition agreement between the Kenya kwanza alliance leaders has brought more political chaos than ease to the country as various leaders are going on with its analysis.
Today while speaking to the people of Kinango in Kwale county, the aspiring women representative hon Wangui B Ng'ang'a has attacked Ruto for Misleading the kikuyu in his coalition.
According to Ng'ang'a, Ruto brainwashed the Kikuyus and left them out of the agreement deal that was signed. She has promised that the deputy president William Ruto will not get even a pinch of votes from the central province.
"I hope you saw the agreement that was viral in social media platforms. Did you see the position Kikuyus have been given? Ruto cheated us. He lied to us kikuyu bus t I want to tell him that we as Kikuyus, the youths and women have decided. He will not get any votes in that area," she said.
She went ahead to praise Raila for being accommodative and a good leader who understands both the old and the young.
"I want to thank you people from kwale for standing with Raila. Indeed you saw what we Kikuyus had not seen. Raila is a good leader and an accomodative one," she added.
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