While there are four presidential candidates in the forthcoming August poll, DP Ruto and Raila Odinga have already emerged as the front-runners. George Wajakoyah, on the other hand, has curved out his space as the maverick with his cannabis narrative. David Mwaure has been the invisible candidate for the most part, but his recent strongly worded remark is now bound to thrust him squarely in the spotlight.
During a press conference where the Agano Party candidate reiterated his commitment to fight corruption, he reaffirmed his willingness to ensure that all those found guilty of corruption face the fullest force of the law.
Flipping topics over to electoral fraud, the presidential aspirant who’s also a pastor blasted all those who had tried to push through their candidature using fake papers. Echoing DP William Ruto, Mwaure said it wasn’t lost on him that Ruto had demanded to see the validity of ODM leader Raila Odinga’s papers. Supporting these demands, he said he was equally interested in seeing these papers, and was uneasy that days have been going by and still the proof that had been called for hasn’t been released.
Deputy President William Ruto had last week questioned Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga’s academic credentials.
Speaking in Manga, Nyamira on Thursday, Ruto said that the former Prime minister should give proof of where he schooled, his classmates and his teachers.
“If there is anyone with questionable academic credentials, it is your Azimio presidential candidate,” the DP said.
“Before you tell us anything, your presidential candidate Raila should show us where he schooled, his classmates and who his teachers were. Stop the conmanship,” he added.
Ruto insisted that the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance candidate cannot prove what he studied, but claims to have a degree.
“I want to ask the people of Azimio, what did your candidate study, where did he school and who taught him? You cant answer all that yet you want to tell us he has a degree? from where?”
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