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Thursday, January 27, 2022 – Deputy President William Ruto has all the reasons to be scared after President Uhuru Kenyatta vowed to show him dust come the August 9 General Election.
This is after he vowed to hit the campaign trail to drum up support for his handshake partner, Raila Odinga.
Addressing leaders from Western Kenya at State House in Nairobi on Tuesday, Uhuru informed the delegation that he would embark on a nationwide campaign for Raila at the right time.
He dismissed Ruto’s early celebrations after bagging Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula, saying they will not save him from the impending political doom.
Countywide tour “Wacha waendelee kukimbia, lakini wajue ya kwamba kutangulia sio kufika.
“Wakati utafika munione nikiwa kwa kiwanja nikisaidia ndugu yangu Raila (Even though they kicked off campaigns prematurely, let them know that that does not guarantee them victory. Very soon you will see me criss-crossing the country campaigning for my brother Raila,” Uhuru said.
At the same time, Uhuru wondered how Ruto, who vigorously opposed the 2010 Constitution had suddenly transformed into its strongest defender.
The President disclosed that one of his first stop-overs would be the Western region where he would inspect ongoing development projects and launch new ones.
The Head of State is said to have promised the leaders that he would ensure the revival of projects such as Mumias and Nzoia sugar factories before the expiry of his term.
“I think there are two roads that he promised to ensure the tarmacking would commence before he leaves office,” said Budalang’i MP Raphael Wanjala who was part of the delegation.
The Kenyan DAILY POST