As DP' s hustler narrative and campaigns takes over the country with cases of violence being witnessed in some rallies among Kenyans seeking to capture his attention or rather reach his handouts he has been dishing people. Suna East MP Junet Mohamed has come out to warn Kenyans to mind their safety while attending such rallies.
Speaking from West Pokot County today as he joined Raila for the Azimio La Umoja initiative, Junet cautioned the residents to be careful whenever in the Ruto' s meetings since it is filled with violence which pose serious dangers to them.
He also blasted Ruto for keeping the country in a perennial campaign mood at the time when he has duties as a Deputy President. Junet claimed that Ruto should be fullfiling promises he made in 2013 and 2017 elections.
" They are making promises yet they never fulfilled those they had made to get in state house. Why are you making other promises today? it is only Raila who should be making promises to Kenyans, " he stated.
In addition, he urged them to wear protective gears like helmets to sustain in injuries in case of accidents or stampedes.
" Mvaange helmets. Mmeona watu wanabeba wheelbarrow ya chuma juu mahali watu wamesimama. Na ikiwaangukia? Si mtaumia? " Junet added.
On the other hand, he warned Kenyans against falling for Ruto' s empowerment programs which he call it bribes saying that he is a son of Sheikh and a religious person who detest people bribing their way to power.
According to him, Ruto' s handouts will be paid by Kenyans when he lands in Uhuru Kenyatta' s shoes. He will not do many projects because Ruto thinks that Kenyans owe him nothing. Is this the best conclusion for Ruto' s handouts? Please like follow and leave your comments about it below.
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