Deputy President William Ruto has today told the ODM Party Leader Hon Raila Odinga and a few Government Officials that organizing and sponsoring chaos to frustrate his 2022 Presidential Bid won't prevent kenyans to elect their preferred leader of choice.
Speaking minutes after hundreds of General Service Unit police officers were thrown to Jacaranda ground and later unleashed Teargas canister when chaos erupted on Sunday, the second in command has reported that it's sickening that leaders who were once perceived as the only source of refuge and hope to Kenyans have now turned out to he their enemies.Deputy President William Ruto shorten his speech after ODM Supporters disrupt his Meetjng during a past Rally in Migori back in 2013
In regards to the coded message to President Uhuru Kenyatta and his close allies, Ruto has told Kenyans that they should remember that power doing last forever and that there are no permanent enemies in politics. He has however urged those close to President Uhuru Kenyatta to let him deliver the big 4 agenda without interference.
"Mskikuwe na wasiwasi, hii mambo ya mawe tunaimaliza mwaka huu, sisi tunasema kazi ni kazi, wira ni wira, mwaka huu, wale mnakopa pesa kwa Shylock, na Fuliza, niko na habari njema, mwaka huu tunaweka billioni hamsini," Ruto told residents.
In what appeared to be a thinly-veiled attack on his competitor, ODM leader Raila Odinga who recently claimed he would jail Kenya's corrupt, Ruto said he is beyond fear.
“Nataka niwaambie wale tunashindana na wao, wale walio na historia ya kuleta fujo Kenya, kupanga watu wa kupigana na mawe, na kujiapisha; Wewe, Jua ya kwamba Hautanitisha Kisiasa,” he stated.
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