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Monday, April 20, 2015

INDICTED DP RUTO NOW BLAMES CLOSE FRIENDS AND TRIBE-MATES FOR ICC WOES

Speaking during a function in his Uasin Gishu County, the embattled DP said that some of his fellow Kalenjin leaders are working tirelessly to ensure that he loses his case at The Hague.





Hon. Ruto, who was once alleged of misappropriation of land in Eldoret, said that his friends-now-enemies plot to have him jailed at the ICC so that they can implant Gideon Moi as president in 2023.

He said that the President Uhuru Kenyatta’s political advisor and former Cherangany MP Joshua Kuttuny as well as the Chairman of Governors and Bomet governor Isaac Ruto are toiling hard to thwart his presidency.
Ruto is the projected Jubilee presidential candidate in 2023. He was one of the six influential Kenyans who were listed as having taken part in the 2007/8 post election violence.
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LUHYAS HAVE NO FUTURE IN ODM, EMBATTLED PARTY SEC GEN ABABU UNLEASHES

ODM Secretary General, Ababu Namwamba has painfully said that the Mulembe family has got no chance or future in the Orange Democratic Movement or even the CORD coalition.

The indignant Budalangi MP and ODM strongman said this in a meeting which was attended by a wide array of politicians from the second most populous tribe of Kenya.
Those who attended the meeting were mainly drawn from MCAs from the Western region.

The former Raila-sycophant-now-turned-liberal also held another meeting with Mps from the region.

Shockingly, the meeting locked out three of the influential politicians namely Moses Wetangula, Amos Wako and Boni Khalwale, arguing that the meeting was only meant for members of the National Assembly, not Senators. But it was later noted that the three were locked out for alleges that they would act as moles of Raila.


This comes at a time when Ababu has constantly received battles on misconduct at the Public Accounts Parliamentary Committee (PAC).

Meanwhile, the grapevine has it that the Luhya block could back William Ruto in 2022/3 presidential elections.

The Western Kenya political has never spoken in a formidable unison voice since the death of influential and plosive, former Vice President Wamalwa Kijana.
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