Raila is surrounded by cartels & I will rather support DP Ruto - Mohammed Ali

Moha speaks his mind

Mr Ali described Odinga as his friend and father but maintained that his vote will be cast on DP Ruto.

“I will support William Ruto in 2022 even if he runs against my friend Raila Odinga. Raila is a father to me, a good man but surrounded by cartels,” Ali said during a radio interview.

The former Jicho Pevu investigative journalist went on to encourage Kenyans to be part of the country’s revolution instead of posting complaints on social media.

“Quit complaining on social media. Meet face to face. People type unrealistic things on social media. Ideas don't make sense. Be man, woman enough. Let's work, fight differently but together for revolution,” he said.

Moha's comments were sharply criticised by vocal activist Boniface Mwangi who questioned his sudden change of heart towards Ruto.

The MP is on record castigating DP Ruto over corruption allegations but a few months back he declared his support for the man he questioned his moral uprightness.

"A revolution of supporting thieves is no revolution! You called Ruto a thief on the Tv show, has he returned what he stole? Has he reformed? Values are non-negotiable Moha and its clear you have put your stomach before country," Mwangi told Ali.

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