‘Be Ready to lose Buildings in Demolitions if you wish to be President’- Mutahi Ngunyi to Ruto

Controversial Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has told Deputy President William Ruto that he should be ready to lose some of his buildings in ongoing demolitions if he wishes to be the next President.

Ngunyi argued that, by allowing some of his buildings to be demolished in the ongoing purge against corruption, Ruto would be paying a worth price of becoming Kenya’s next president.

“Ruto is a targeted man by the State. He should however, not interrupt State aggression towards him. The DP should in fact yield to the aggression. The cost of losing a few buildings without a fight is nothing compared to the prize of becoming president in 2022,” Ngunyi said in his Fifth Estate analysis broadcast.

Kenyans have demanded that Ruto’s Weston Hotel situated on Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) to be demolished.

“Ruto should replicate what clever Kibaki told Moi 40 years ago. He should let Uhuru know that he would follow his footsteps but would jump a step whenever the president stepped on filth to avoid soiling his future,” said Ngunyi.

Ngunyi and his comrades poured cold water on Uhuru’s approach against corruption saying it was much of public show rather than a result oriented course.

“Kibaki destroyed buildings and build roads. Uhuru hasn’t told us what he is building after demolishing all these premises. If he is demolishing impunity and corruption he should tell us what he would build in exchange. the demolishing and arrests are louder than cases in court.”

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