"Ruto Alikuja na 2M Votes Akapewa Awe Dp, Sasa Anataka 8M Votes Zetu Tumpe Bure," Uhuru's Ally Claim
By MinuteNews | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 8252 views
The differences between between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Dp Ruto continues to stiffen even further. The Kieleweke group allied to Uhuru Kenyatta has been taking a dig on William Ruto, claiming that the second in command has been undermining the President and that the DP owes Mount Kenya no debt.
Nyeri Town MP and close ally of President Uhuru Mp Ngunjiri Wambugu has claimed that Dp Ruto only brought 2 Million votes. Taking to his facebook account, the MP said that Ruto demanded to be made Deputy President, 50% of government and a promise of 2022 which is he was given.
The Mp also continues to say that the second in command now wants the 8 million votes Mount Kenya region has at the moment for free.
It should be noted that at the moment, Dp Ruto enjoys massive support from vocal MPs in the region. They include Rigathi Gachagua of Mathira, Alice Wahome of Kandara,Moses Kuria of Gatundu South, Ndidi Nyoro of Kiharu, senators Irungu Kanga'ta and Isaac Mwaura among others.
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