Deputy President William Ruto said chiefs and other public servants were being forced at secret meetings to undermine the polls Ruto warned that President Uhuru Kenyatta was taking the nation in the wrong direction, claiming the latter was instigating conflict He said public servants, provincial administration and State agencies should not be used to manipulate the August 9 General Election.
Deputy President William Ruto has accused President Uhuru Kenyatta of leading Kenya in the wrong direction.
In a statement on Facebook on Friday, July 29, Ruto stated alleged the head of state was fomenting conflict among Kenyans.
He questioned what benefit his boss would get if Kenya disintegrated into chaos after the August 9 polls. The DP asked Uhuru not to lead Kenyans on the wrong path heading to the August 9 General Election.
“What will it benefit you to foment conflict amongst innocent Kenyans? Boss, let’s not take the country in this direction,” wrote the DP. Sabotage elections Ruto alleged that the president was using chiefs and public servants to manipulate the August 9 General Election.
“Mr. President, why are chiefs and other public servants being forced and threatened in secret meetings to undermine, manipulate and sabotage peaceful elections,” said Ruto The Kenya Kwanza alliance leader stated that Kenyans should be allowed to decide who leads them moving forward. “We should not use public servants, provincial administration and state agencies to manipulate the August 9 General Election.
Kenyans should be allowed to make their free and democratic decisions,” stated the second in command. Ruto asks Uhuru to stop threatening him In a separate report, Ruto called out his boss over the state’s alleged threats to the proponents of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance.
He suggested that Uhuru ascended to power through the support of many Kenyans and that the government is not a one-man entity to be used to threaten those with dissenting views. Ruto asked his boss to focus on securing the country ahead of the political transition at the expense of threatening those against him. “You shouldn’t be the source of threats in Kenya… kazi yako ni kuhakikisha ya kwamba Wakenya wote wako salama; wacha kututisha, sisi sio watu wa kutishwa,” said Ruto. Ruto spoke on Friday, July 29, in Kapsabet, Nandi county, where he took his presidential campaigns as the political fever pitch sets in ahead of the August 9 contest.