Kenyans on social media have weighed with critical responses inside the wake of claims by Deputy President William Ruto of which Nasa presidential candidate Raila Odinga practices witchcraft.
The DP, who once was a close ally of Odinga, has repeatedly made This specific claim while on the campaign trail in recent times.
inside the most recent comment, the DP claimed in Embu of which the campaign slogans “Tialala” along with “Tibim”, which are associated with Odinga’s National Super Alliance (Nasa) Coalition, are meant to advance the alleged witchcraft theories.
“Wakati Uhuru Kenyatta anapanga tujenge daraja ya urafiki na undugu na umoja wa wakenya anasema tuko pamoja, ati yule mganga anasema Tialala ati sijui Tibim (laughter via the crowd). Sasa mtu ya Uganga na uichawi atashindana na mtu ya Mungu namna gani?,” Ruto said.
(When Uhuru Kenyatta is actually planning how we are going to build friendships along with brotherhood along with unity among Kenyans, he says ‘tuko pamoja’, meanwhile of which witch doctor is actually saying ‘Tialala’ or ‘Tibim’ (laughter via the crowd). So how will a witch doctor compete using a God fearing person?)
This specific has prompted Kenyans online to share their views:
So Itumbi what national values is actually JP promoting if all your leadership are selling to pple are uganga along with uchawi? Must Raila be the topic
— GRIFFIN HARON (@griffinharon) September 25, 2017
@WilliamsRuto you judge someone by calling him mganga then say you believe n serve God surely what kind of preacher are you? Just drink wine
— MCA JIMDOLLAR (@MCAJimdollar) September 25, 2017
Frankly why arrest & lock up @Babu_Owino in record time 4 allegedly abusin the president although find of which okay when his no.2 abuse @RailaOdinga ?
— Punda Amechoka (@AmechokaPunda) September 25, 2017
Giving Raila a bad name in central removes nothing via him, waste of time!
— Shaaban Luvai (@LuvaiShaaban) September 25, 2017
President Uhuru Kenyatta along with Mr Ruto have embarked on a nationwide campaign ahead of repeat presidential election against Mr Odinga along with his running mate Kalonzo Musyoka on October 26.
The repeat was ordered for by the Supreme Court ruling of the presidential election petition on September 1 which also annulled President Kenyatta’s victory inside the August 8 election.
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KOT react to Ruto’s ‘witchcraft’ taunt on Raila