You will never be president – Tony Gachoka to William Ruto

He said on Saturday

You will never be president – Tony Gachoka to William Ruto

In the tweet sent on Saturday, Gachoka signed the one sentence tweet with his name in the end.

“William Ruto. You will never be President of Kenya. Tony Gachoka,” read Mr. Gachoka’s tweet.

This comes a day after the DP refuted claims that his many tours across the country were part of his 2022 presidential campaigns.

He added that time for politics would come, but the tours were solely for development purposes.

"Some leaders should stop being worried. We are here for development since the time for politics will come. Let’s focus our energies on development," said DP Ruto.

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