Popular political analyst, Mutahi Ngunyi has offered Deputy President, Dr. William Ruto a word of advice after Former CBK Bank Governor, Prof. Njuguna publicly embarrassed him. He has since advised Ruto to avoid using force to fight a battle he can win using "deception".
@MutahiNgunyi "...Never use FORCE to FIGHT a battle you can win using DECEPTION..." Did Ruto LIE about Njuguna Ndungu? And what did Ndungu see in the 'House of Ruto' that made him call the DP an economic SABOTEUR? Remember this: "...All WAR is based on DECEPTION"
DP Ruto met with former CBK Governor, Prof. Njuguna Ndugu at his Official Office and ever since media outlets have alleged that the two could be working on a Coalition. The former CBK Governor responded to the viral claims by distancing himself from the Deputy President.
In a letter which Prof. Njuguna wrote, he stated that public engagements with persons perceived to be economic saboteurs should not be related to any political or economic engagements. His statement seemed to have been a directed towards the Deputy President.
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