Former Gatanga Member of Parliament Hon Peter Kenneth has informed why Deputy President William Ruto does not deserve forgiveness even despite his request during the recent National Prayer breakfast asking the Head of State to ignore him.
Speaking in Bungoma during the Azimio One Kenya Alliance Campaigns held today, Hon Peter Kenneth has informed that following DP Ruto's recent insults against former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, then, he deserves no mercy and that there is no need to forgive him.
Hon Peter Kenneth has stated that DP Ruto is a leader of doublespeak urging Kenyans that they should avoid him with his lies.
"DP Ruto asked for forgiveness from President Uhuru pretending to be so good. When he leaves the National prayer breakfast he continues with his insults in an attack against Raila Odinga. Can you trust such a leader? His work is to lie on Kenyans," Peter Kenneth has said in attacks against Deputy President William Ruto adding that "he deserves no forgiveness."
Recently DP Ruto asked forgiveness from President Uhuru informing him that "we have failed you in some areas. We have not been as united as we should have been. Specifically for myself, I ask for your forgiveness."
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