Ruto tells off critics, vows to continue supporting the needy

Deputy President William Ruto has told off those criticizing his generosity saying they are enemies of development.

Ruto said first the priority of any elected leader is to uplift the lives of the electorate especially those struggling to make ends meet.

Ruto was in Bungoma County where debate on dissolution of Parliament and the phase two registration of huduma namba took center stage.

The Deputy President saying the 2022 Presidential bid will be decided by Kenyans not a few individuals with selfish interests.

Ruto said he will continue to traverse the Country to support the needy saying the political debate is now shifting from tribal politics to empowerment of all Kenyans.

A section of Mps accompanying him urged the President to dissolve Parliament as recommended by the Chief Justice so that they can seek a fresh mandate from the people.

The lawmakers questioned the utilization of the bio-data the Government collected from Kenyans during the issuance of Huduma Numba claiming there was a sinister motive to use the data to tamper with the 2022 general elections.


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