I won’t give in to blackmail, intimidation ; Ruto warns his rivals.
Vice President William Ruto has attacked his political opponents saying he will not accept threats and theft.
The DP, who is on a long tour in Nairobi, said Kenyans would soon overcome the threats and fraud used by opponents to thwart his presidential ambition.
The August vote, he noted, will be for Kenyans to liberate themselves and the country.
This year we will get rid of racism, intimidation and hooliganism. We say in our competition, avoid threats, intimidation and fear that you are selling us, ”Ruto said.
He was speaking in Madiwa, the Kamukunji constituency where he ran his presidential campaign.
The second commander has vowed to create an environment conducive to the prosperity of small and large businesses while urging the city’s residents to support him in running for president.
“Our first step is to make sure we set aside 100 billion shillings for housing, agribusiness, value addition and industry,” he said.
“We are not interested in constitutional amendments to provide space for politicians.”
He also promised to ensure that more than four million uneducated young people find employment or self-employment.
DP is accompanied by others with deputies Adan Duale (Garissa town), Rigathi Gachagua (Mathira), Kimani Ichungwa (Kikuyu), Millicent Omanga (senator-elect) and former Kiambu governor Ferdinand Waititu.