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”Ruto Poisoned Kikuyus Against Uhuru” Mutahi Ngunyi Finally Speaks On Mt Kenya Tussle

Job Maangi

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Photo: Deputy President Dr William Ruto

The Mt Kenya region voter block has been contested by both the deputy president Dr William Ruto and the former prime minister Raila Odinga.

Murang’a Senator Irungu Kang’ata warned Uhuru that the building bridges initiative is very unpopular at his own homeground which stirred mixed reactions from Kenyans.

BBI secretariat Co chair Junet Mohammed was very quick to dismiss the claims made by Murang’a Senator as he said that they cannot be substantiated and as far as they are concerned BBI is progressing on well.

Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi gave his perspective concerning what is going in the mount Kenya region.

He said that the deputy president Dr William Ruto is reason behind the president’s troubles at his own home turf since he incited Kikuyu against Kenyatta.

Mutahi Ngunyi remarked, “William Ruto incited Kikuyus against Uhuru Kenyatta. The Gema rebellion and Kikuyu poison against Uhuru Kenyatta were all produced by Ruto systematically. But here is the ground truth: Either Ruto is cheating the Kikuyus or the Kikuyus are cheating ruto. And I am a Kikuyu.”

David Makali disagreed with Mutahi Ngunyi’s as he revealed that Kenyans will make a decisions as individuals but not based on ethnic groups.

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“Hey, your views are getting more strident and desperare by the day bro. What’s with this Kikuyu profiling and ethnic siren on your tongue? Kenyans will make their choices as individuals despite you spewing this grotesque ethnic chauvinism and hatred in the guise of analysis,” David Makali said.

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