William Ruto, a rival of Raila's, was accused by the latter of making empty promises in order to win over voters. He reflected on the promises Ruto made in 2013, adding that neither stadiums nor computers had yet materialized. He said that he was to blame for Kenyans' problems. He claimed that by voting against Ruto in the August poll, Kenyans will be relieved of their burden.
"Tofauti kati ya Azimio na Kenya, huo mzigo umekuwa mzito sana, tarehe tisa wiki ijao tunataka tuteremushe Kwisha ni kama usiku na mchana, wamesahau waliahidi laptop, ajira, stadium, wale wanatoa ahadi lakini hawana haja ya kutimiza. Hiyo yote ni takataka, sasa wanaahadi vijana kazi million moja." said Raila.
What it roughly translates to is "We will be freed from that load on August 9. Azimio and Kenya Kwanza are poles apart from one another. Kenya Kwanza's claims are false, and they lack a strategy for carrying them out. They have forgotten the things they had before promised, such as laptops, stadiums, and jobs. One million jobs are being promised right now."
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