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Kisumu resident wows Kenyans with comments on DP Ruto during random NTV Interview

DP Ruto has always been pro dynasties not for hustlers -Kisumu resident opines

The man being speaking during an interview

A man who was interviewed by NTV has wowed Kenyans in an interview which has gone viral after his arguments on different political issues.

The man, who is a Kisumu resident, argued that President Uhuru Kenyatta was justified for reorganizing his cabinet and elevating Dr Fred Matiang'i.

Although this action by the Head of State has been taken by some political analysts as a blow to Deputy President William Ruto, the man agreed that the DP's role which is assigned by the President, might have been watered down.


Ignoring Presidency

He, however, maintained that the decision was not malicious as the President had declared his stance to cut down on the political rhetoric in the country.

"The President was very clear after the handshake that he wanted to tear down on the political rhetoric so that he gets back to work," the man said.

"Ruto has never heeded that call. At one point the President said let us not launch any new project, let's work on the projects that we have... in a way it's like he's addressing that," he added.



He argued that the DP did not implement what President Kenyatta had said which might have led to the elevation of Dr Matiang'i since the DP seemed more inclined towards his 2022 bid for the Presidency.

The man also opined that the DP was had presented himself as a hustler and his camp labelled others as dynasties yet he had been on dynasties side since he was on former President Daniel Moi's side and also President Kenyatta when he vies in 2013.

His sentiments were lauded by Kenyans online who noted how well he articulated his arguments.

Others opined that the man should be a political analyst since he seemed very sober while arguing his points during the interview.

Here is the video courtesy of NTV Kenya



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