Deputy President, Ruto denounced the leader of the Orange Democratic Movement party, Hon. Raila Amolo Odinga, for allegedly using state resources in her campaigns. DP William Ruto used every possible means to ensure that he ruined his opponent's good reputation as he attempted to fight his way into the State.
But DP William Ruto woke up with a shock in the morning when he was publicly denounced by Okong`o Omogeni. According to KTN News Kenya, Okong'o Omogeni revealed that DP William Ruto is a user of state resources. He challenged DP William Ruto to open campaign headquarters away from his official residence if he did not want candidates to use state resources.
"Okong'o Omogeni: Who uses state resources to campaign more than DP Ruto? He announced his running friend from his official residence. If he doesn't want candidates member using state resources, he should open a campaign headquarters far away from his residence." Tweeted by KTN News Kenya.
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