‘Apologise to Kenyans for allowing Ruto drain public resources,’ Uhuru told
- Mr. Njoroge said Mt. Kenya will not vote for DP Ruto if he seeks the top seat in the next General Election.
- He also alleged that a section of the region’s leaders have however been bribed to support the country’s second in command.
Former Nominated Senator Paul Njoroge now wants President Uhuru Kenyatta to apologise to Kenyans for allowing his deputy William Ruto to allegedly “drain public resources” by engaging in 2022 election campaigns.
Speaking during a press conference on Sunday, Mr. Njoroge said Mt. Kenya will not vote for DP Ruto if he seeks the top seat in the next General Election, alleging that a section of the region’s leaders have however been bribed to support the country’s second in command.
The controversial ex-legislator also pointed an accusing finger at the DP over the loss of public funds in the first National Youth Service (NYS) scandal.
“There has been massive theft in the country… I would like President Uhuru Kenyatta not to have fear but unearth Ruto’s scandals,” he said.
“Hakuna deni ya 10 years Uhuru and 10 years Ruto…That was a slip of the tongue from the president and it is allowed.”
He also urged President Kenyatta and ODM party chief Raila Odinga to thwart any attempts by rival political factions to host parallel Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) rallies saying, as the initiators, they are best suited to implement the same.
Mr. Njoroge also threw his weight behind the opposition party boss saying he is the country’s best bet to succeed President Kenyatta at State House.
“Raila is the most suitable candidate for president in this country…Uhuru Kenyatta is also the most suitable executive Prime Minister to finish his projects that he did not do when he was constrained by his deputy,” he stated.
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