• 17/08/2022

Kenyans Zero-in On Ruto “Don’t Kill My Children” Remarks

ByDala News

Jul 29, 2022

Deputy President Dr. William Samoei Ruto while addressing a crowd in Kapsabet on Friday challenged President Uhuru to do anything to him but refrain from harming his children.

The statement coming out of the blues as Ruto engaged in another passionate but seemingly unhinged tirade against President Uhuru Kenyatta has sent Kenyans speculating.

Kenyans are familiar with the DP taking jibes at his boss but never before has the issue of killing children cropped up.

Dr. Ruto’s exact words that caused consternation among Kenyans:

‘Mr. President, you have vowed to prove that you are president in this one week remaining, I don’t know what you intend to do, do whatever you want to but please don’t kill my children.”

The statement comes barely hours after Ruto was engaged in another frantic altercation with the Directorate of Criminal Investigations which he claimed was working on a scheme to compromise the IEBC.

Speaking from Kapkatet Stadium in Kericho the DP and his henchmen called Kinoti a fraudster and a fool.

Since the day when he awkwardly debated himself during the Presidential Debate, Dr. Ruto has increasingly appeared unduly under pressure with some people wondering how long it will take before  he crumbles under the intense pressure.

The DP has to contend with the fact that his popularity rating is declining, the insurmountable forces of the Deep State are arraigned against him and the person he always said was taking Raila for a ride has proved steadfast. The DP is an isolated warrior and his facade of bravado and chest-thumping is beginning to show poked holes. Nobody is acutely aware than Ruto himself that he is losing the poll.

Many women have lost their children in incidences where the DP’s name was mentioned.

One political analyst on Friday said over Citizen television: “Dr. Ruto duped Kenyans into thinking that he has an agenda for the lowly people in society. That is far from the truth. The DP is fighting for immunity against prosecution by ICC and local courts. His agenda has always been immunity from impunity and self-preservation. Nothing else”.

Did the death of Fidel Odinga on 4 January 2015 have any bearing on Ruto’s Friday tirade?

Maybe the words of that political commentator may appear harsh and even biased but by trying to rope in his children with President Uhuru Kenyatta, Ruto is trying to excite sympathy from Kenyans where there’s none.


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