RUTO fights to remain neutral in the fight against graft and Mau evictions as he sets his eyes on 2022! I am not behind any scandal

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Saturday July 28, 2018 - Deputy President William Ruto is battling to remain level-headed amid a myriad of issues ranging from corruption and now the Mau eviction which may alienate his allies and complicate his 2022 Presidential ambitions.

The DP is fighting to remain neutral following the outcry over Mau evictions, calls for a lifestyle audit on senior Government officials, among them President Uhuru Kenyatta and himself, and looming changes in Cabinet.

This comes even as he must ensure timely delivery of the President’s Big Four Agenda which may form the basis for his campaigns in 2022.

Speaking yesterday, Ruto said the future of the Jubilee Government is dependent on performance and service delivery.

“I call on my fellow Jubilee leaders to know that we have the responsibility of bettering the lives of Kenyans by making the country food secure, boost universal healthcare, creation of jobs, provision of better housing, among others,” Ruto said during the commissioning of several projects in Baringo County.

He noted that Jubilee emerged victorious in the 2013 and 2017 General Elections because of the fulfilment of promises to Kenyans and will emerge victorious in 2022 for the same reasons.

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