Trouble in paradise? DP Ruto capitalises on NASA power struggle on Nyeri tour

March 16, 2017 (2 weeks ago) 8:09 pm
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, NYERI, Kenya, Mar 16 -Deputy President William Ruto has hit at the National Super Alliance (NASA), advising them to ‘get their house in order’ before pointing fingers at the ruling party.

Speaking at Chaka in Kieni East Sub County, Ruto told area residents that NASA – which brings together four parties — was still scrambling to identify from among the party leaders, a flag bearer for the August Presidential race.

Making the case for his and President Uhuru Kenyatt’s re-election, he urged Nyeri residents to turn out and vote in large numbers.

Nyeri Senator Mutahi Kagwe who accompanied Ruto also hit out at NASA questioning, what their development agenda was.

He said the Jubilee regime had already proven itself through its developmental track record.

DP was accompanied by Kieni MP Kanini Kega, Mathira lawmaker Peter Weru and Othaya legislator Mary Wambui, Nyeri MCAs and other leaders.

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