DP Ruto tells off leaders ‘daring him to be in the NO formation’


DP William Ruto and other leaders during a church service at Jesus Is Alive Ministries, ...
DP William Ruto and other leaders during a church service at Jesus Is Alive Ministries, Nairobi County on December 6, 2020. PHOTO | DPPS

Deputy President William Ruto has said he is not interested in the contest for the review of the Constitution.

He said he was only available at the reasoning that would give Kenya a rich and all-inclusive system of laws.

“These are tough times. Countries are talking about the rolling out of the COVID-19 vaccines. Hence, we must finish up this referendum issue and take the country back to a transformation path,” said Dr Ruto.

Dr Ruto said the move would accord leaders ample time to focus on pressing issues facing Kenyans.

He spoke on Sunday at the Jesus Is Alive Ministries in Starehe Constituency during a church service where he also launched the ground-breaking for the construction of the Glory Twin Towers.

“We are not available for a competition; those threatening us and daring us to be in the NO formation are wasting their time,” he added.

He said Kenyans must be allowed to make their democratic choices because “they know what is good for them”.

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