RUTO: "Tutajipanga Na Mungu," Ruto Says After Uhuru's Declaration On Successor

RUTO: “Tutajipanga Na Mungu,” Ruto Says After Uhuru’s Declaration On Successor

So what will befall the 8,000,000 of us? Deputy President William Ruto has scrutinized the President after he proclaimed that he will pick his 2022 replacement from among the Nasa principals. 

“EUCHO!!NGAI FAFA MWATHANI!! Thus, what befalls the Thurakus, the kumìrà kùmèrà unexpected, the 8 million of us?” Ruto said on Twitter Tuesday morning. 

The DP was responding to a story done by the Star where President Uhuru Kenyatta proclaimed that he will pick his 2022 replacement from among the Nasa directors on the off chance that they join together and concede to a solitary competitor. 

“None, no young, no lady, no man of the 8M who woke up ahead of schedule and casted a ballot multiple times for UK/WsR ticket merit support? Sawa tu! Tutajipanga na support ya MUNGU,” Ruto added. 

Interestingly, Uhuru on Monday moved the Nasa chiefs to join to improve their odds of framing the following government after he resigns one year from now. 

The statement knocks off Deputy President William Ruto from Uhuru’s progression lattice. 

It was truth be told the unequivocal sign Uhuru will battle against the second in order. 

The two are not agreeing and the President has variously given signals that he was politically finished with Ruto. 

Nasa, which ineffectively ran against Uhuru in 2017, contains Raila Odinga (ODM), Kalonzo Musyoka (Wiper), Musalia Mudavadi (ANC) and Ford Kenya’s Moses Wetang’ula. 

Previous Bomet Governor Isaac Rutto, through his Chama Cha Mashinani, was additionally essential for the partnership yet has since joined the Ruto camp. 

Talking at State House, Nairobi, where he held discussions with chose pioneers from the Ukambani district, Uhuru said the solidarity of the Nasa bosses will decide whether they will shape the following government.

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