Deputy President William Ruto has said he learnt to speak the Luhya language back in the day when he was wooing his wife Rachel to fight off competition.
Speaking during a recent interview, the DP said he learnt the dialect in order to win over his wife from men who were also eyeing her.
Ruto also addressed reports that one of the buses he donated had been repossessed and rubbished the claims as a political witch hunt.
“I am above these people (rivals) intellectually and so they are plotting this kind of things. You remember they were always questioning about the source of my donations and when such a tactic failed to work, they came up with such propaganda,” Ruto said.
As earlier reported by KR, the DP, during the same interview boasted about the number of MPs he commands.
“Yesterday, I met here with 140 MPs. They are elected leaders by the people of Kenya. None of these competitors of mine, whether it is Baba, he cannot put together 140 MPs. Maybe he can try 80
“My good friend the leader of ANC at best he can try 12. My friend Wiper maybe he can try 19 or 20, the good man from Bungoma with his Ford Kenya maybe he can try 8,9 or 10,” said Ruto.