Deputy President William Ruto has urged his rivals to refrain from trying to involve President Uhuru Kenyatta's in the 2022 succession politics .He added that his rivals should instead,give the president enough time to serve Kenyans.
Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and the leadership of the One Kenya Alliance, according to Ruto, should accept the fact that they will face him in the general election next year.
He claimed that the President was elected to serve millions of Kenyans, not to rally six men against him in the run-up to the 2022 presidential election.
He advised them to accept the fact that he will be their competitor in 2022, and that they should come prepared to face him with their agenda.
The second in command further claimed that his competitors' reliance on President Kenyatta for guidance and assistance was a clear evidence that they had no ideas or agenda for the country.
Dp Ruto also said it is not the President's role to bring people together who have no purpose for the country.
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