Deputy President William Ruto's critic from Nyeri Town Ngunjiri has noted that Dr Ruto's strategy when it comes to campaign is compared to non. Ngujiri and Gachagua were in a debate with one of the media stations in the country where they discussed the ongoing political theatrics which has been witnessed.
Ngunjiri has been defending the President in his backyard where most of the people have been supporting the second in command. In one instance sometimes back, the Deputy President had visited Ngunjiri's constituency and some youths tried to heckle the Deputy President in the presence of the legislator. It was later rumoured that Ngunjiri had organised the heckling but he dismissed it.
Ngujiri said that the reason why he supports the Deputy President is because of his Politics. He added that Ruto is the best when it comes to campaigning. He noted that his Strategies are unique from his opponents and that might be the reason why he is finding it easy to move on swiftly without any fear."
"We as Politicians can sometimes disagree on some Issues, but when you perform well or you are good in a certain Political department, then I personally I will take my time Congratulate and acknowledge you for your good work and smart moves." Ngunjiri said.
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