Ruto, Duale warned against imposing leaders on electorate
Narok West MP Patrick Ntutu has warned Deputy President William Ruto, Narok Governor Samuel Ole Tunai and National Assembly majority leader Aden Duale against imposing leaders on the electorate.
Speaking at his home when he met Chama Cha Mashinani supporters, he condemned the manner in which the leaders addressed Narok Gubernatorial hopeful Tiampati Ole Musuni and Narok North Member of Parliament Moitalel Ole Kenta.
He threatened to mobilse county residents to boycott Jubilee’s rallies in the region if the leaders continued to use ‘abusive language’ to address local leaders.
“We will direct our people not to attend your rallies if your agenda is to paint our local leaders in bad light, we expect this to be a peaceful election and everyone should endear themselves to the electorate by selling their policies so that we can avoid any form of violence. Ntutu said.
Ntutu also castigated he Jubilee leaders for what he termed as lack of respect for other leaders and meddling in Narok County politics.
“I have a lot of respect for Duale because he hails from a pastoralist community like me, but he must respect his compatriots. I understand he will loose on August and that will happen because Duale has no respect for other leaders,” Ntutu said.
He was confident that he will beat Tunai on August 8th for his ineffective leadership citing the Jubilee leaders recent rallies in Emurua Dikrr and Loita that left quite a number of youth injured adding that they are recuperating in Tenwek hospital in Bomet and he is in the process of clearing their medical bills.
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