National Assembly speaker Justin Mututi has accused DP Ruto's campaigns. Addressing fundraiser at Living Water’s Church in Meru Town on Saturday, Muturi lashed out at the second in command DP Ruto on his Bottom Up strategy saying that the constitution mandates that all leaders are accountable to the citizens and it’s their constitutional right to development.
Speaker Justin Muturi argued that DP Ruto has had powers to influence allocation of resources to the small scale traders and those in informal employment something he obviously knows that he won't do it once he gets that opportunity to lead Kenya. As a result, Mutiri has accused DP Ruto for being dishonesty in his campaigns ahead of 2022 polls.
Justin Muturi also hit out at ODM party leader Raila Odinga on his campaign strategy posing the question of what the party campaign phrases ‘Tialala’ and ‘Tibim’ mean, if not just to excite supporters who are naive to listen to his strategies and policies.
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