Jubilee Vice Chairman David Murathe has named another former Member of Parliament who DP Ruto slapped informing the dangerous thing that will happen to Kenyans if they vote him in as the next President of Kenya.
Speaking in an interview with K24, David Murathe has said that DP Ruto reportedly planning to slap President Uhuru is not something new and that former Eldoret North Member of Parliament Hon Reuben Chesire is on the record informing how DP Ruto punched him at the statehouse.
Continuing that Kenyans need to know the leader they are dealing with.
"Ruto had the audacity to slap Reuben Chesire who was old enough to be his father. He also said he was going to slap Uhuru Kenyatta and was unapologetic. If such a thought can cross his mind, it tells you who you are dealing with," David Murathe has said.
Murathe has said that if Kenyans are not careful then, DP Ruto will rule as an authoritarian and that he will start by implementing the Constitution by abolishing the term limit to rule many years saying that, "Ruto is someone who will die for power. I am very fearful of what will happen when the man is defeated. You can be sure that he will not concede defeat." VIDEO
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