Siaya senator James Orengo has warned Mt Kenya region against backing the deputy president William Ruto comparing him to dictator Mobutu. According to him, it's clear Kenyans must choose a leader who represents their interests ahead of the 2022 general election and not an authoritarian ruler.
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According to Orengo, Mt Kenya region must reject William Ruto for he is a dictator. He is clear some African leaders have been in leadership and they are just like William Ruto. According to Orengo, Mt Kenya region must consider backing Raila ahead of the 2022 general election.
Orengo is clear if Mt Kenya region will back DP Ruto then they will have themselves to blame for they have already been warned. Orengo has remained clear nothing can stop Ruto other than the votes they have as the time to choose wrong and right is now.
Orengo is optimistic dictators like William Ruto will not manage to take the leadership of this country come 2022. He hopes Mt Kenya will strongly listen to Uhuru Kenyatta and back Odinga instead of supporting dictators like Mobutu here in Kenya DP Ruto.
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