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Angry Ruto Attacks Raila Infront Of Uhuru

Job Maangi



Photo: The Deputy President Dr William Ruto

President Uhuru Kenyatta’s decision to have Mashujaa Day celebrations decentralized to various counties warmed the heart of the various leaders who stood to address the nation.
Many political analysts were very keen to observe the political significance of the day at Gusii stadiums.

This is because the deputy president Dr William Ruto and the Former prime minister Raila Odinga attended the event.
The former prime minister Raila Odinga was invited by the Kisii Governor James Ongwae to address the crowd.

Raila Odinga threw his weight behind the Building bridges initiative, he acknowledged the fact that the building bridges initiative addresses the issues of the residents of South Nyanza that is the Kisii community, Luo community and the Kuria.

Photo: The former prime minister Raila Odinga

“Building bridges reggae was launched here in Kisii, and we said that we must change direction. For 56 years we have followed one direction…we need to look at what else is there so that project Kenya can move forward” Raila Odinga Asserted.

Governor James Ongwae then invited the deputy president William Ruto to address the nation. The Dp confronted the ODM leader over his Building bridges initiative as he said that it has come time for Kenyans to have a bigger national conversation.

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“My friend the former Prime Minister has told us about the BBI reggae, but I guess we will have a robust national conversation that will bring everybody on board.” DP William Ruto asserted.
The deputy president Dr William Ruto went on to acknowledge the Poor Kenyans who normally struggle to build the nation.

Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to visit Nyamira on Wednesday to inspect Various development projects before concluding his tour

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