Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto during a celebration to welcome him to Nasa at the Bomas of Kenya on 20/4/17-Beverlyne musili.
Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto has laughed off Jubilee Party’s failed primaries, saying it is an indicator that even its leaders cannot be trusted to deliver free and fair election.
“Jubilee is not able to conduct its own primaries. How can we trust it to guarantee Kenyans a free and fair election?” he posed. The Governor spoke at Bomet Green Stadium when he unveiled CCM nominees in the just concluded primaries yesterday. His supporters accorded him a heroic welcome after joining NASA as a co-principal.
Governor Ruto said he does not regret cutting links with Jubilee saying his exit spelled doomed for the ruling coalition.
“The confusion in Jubilee is as a result of my departure. I am the one who has all the ideas and plans to succeed. It will be an uphill task to penetrate and sell its candidates in the coming polls,” Ruto added.
CCM supporters hailed him for the bold move.
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