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Deputy President brutally rebuts Raila’s Accusations.

Just after a day of Direct attacks of the former prime Minister Raila Odinga towards Deputy President William Ruto at the devolution conference; the deputy President finally got his Chance of rebutting and didn’t spare.He used the hyena narrative to channel his feelings. Moreover, he explicitly stated that those accusing him of corruption should walk to the offices of DCI and he even gave directions.

“To those who know anybody who has stolen or misappropriated public funds, instead of shouting in funerals, fundraisers or conferences, they should submit their petitions to investigating institutions either in Karura or Valley Road…” ~ DP Ruto

Moreover the Deputy President highlighted the following as some of the major challenges facing Kenya and not a change in Constitution and structure of government.

Wastage, mismanagement and corruption undermine the optimal use of resources. The Constitution provides robust, independent institutions to deal with this danger to our development; EACC, DCI, DPP, Judiciary are well resourced to function effectively and efficiently.

He further added that 52% of revenue goes to salaries and wages. Less than 20% goes into development. Suggestions for the creation of other layers of government is reckless, pedestrian and outright thoughtless.

This is what Boni Khalwale had to say on Twitter.

@RailaOdinga challenged @WilliamsRuto at the Kirinyaga Devolution Conference. Ruto came crashing him with
-the fight in the dog
-the shepherd & his sheep
-the hyena’s interest in the size of the herd
-the pope couldn’t have called u.

Deputy President William Ruto’s Speech

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This entry was posted on 7 Mar 2019 by in Kenya and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , .
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