Deputy President William Ruto is seemingly racing against the clock to extensively popularize the hustler nation's bottom-up economic plan ahead of 9th August election.
The second in command DP Ruto has traversed various areas within the city while rallying the voters to endorse his presidential bid.
Speaking today after the Jacaranda chaos that marred William Ruto's Political Rally, the ODM Secretary General, Edwin Sifuna has spoken about the chaos. The ODM party has distanced themselves from the chairs as they blame the UDA for orchestrating chaos. He thus wants the security department to probe the matter and offenders be brought to book.
Edwin Sifuna added by saying that UDA have been craving any remote chance to besmirch the names of President Uhuru, Rt Honerable Odinga and CS Matiang' in a desperate attempt to draw false parallels and hand the violence skunk they are breeding.
Notably this comes after William Samoei Ruto accused the Orange Democratic Movement party leader, Rt. Hon Raila Odinga, for the chaos that erupted in Jacaranda-Nairobi area.
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