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Ruto Warns Ndindi Nyoro, Ichung'wah, Moses Kuria And Other UDA Allies On Following Him Blindly

NatashaNews 10/13/2021

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Deputy president William Ruto Allies. Photo courtesy.

Deputy president William Ruto has warned his allies in United Democratic party. The second in command has been seen in different Political rallies accompanied by people like; Kimani Ichung'wah, Ndindi Nyoro, Moses Kuria, Kipchumba Murkomen among other leaders. Well, according to the reports by the standard newspaper, Ruto has asked them not to follow him blindly but have an agenda. He added on to say that there is no need of following him around for Personal gains but no development ideas for Kenyans.

Ruto continued to market his bottom up economy saying that once kenyans will understand how it will oparate, they'll thank him for standing up for them. He has assured Kenyans that the nomination with United Democratic party will be fair and free. Ruto Also took his time to plead with Parliament to allocate more money to the independent Electral commission so that they can Plan a Free and transparent polls come 2022.

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