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Isaac Ruto Speech: Isaac Ruto Re-Joins Jubilee claiming he was lonely in NASA.


Isaac Ruto with Uhuru Kenyatta. PHOTO | PSCU

Former Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto joined his Jubilee true after he defeated NASA yesterday. The former CoG leader said that he knew that the Deputy President William Ruto is the King of Rift Valley and claimed that he had no powers of getting votes in South Rift.



"If you cannot beat them, join them." "They were eating meat and we were salivating, I just decided to join in the race of eating meat," he said.



On Friday he won a declaration of support from former Bomet Governor and NASA Principal Isaac Rutto.



“Today I have returned to where I belong,” Ruto told a cheering crowd.

Emurua Dikir MP Johanna Ng’eno of Kanu, who has been a fierce critic of DP William Ruto, also returned to the fold at a Jubilee rally at Kapkatet grounds in Kericho county. Ng’eno pledged to work with the government and called on the DP to unify the Kalenjin nation.



“We are here and we have come to support you and vote for you so you continue working for Kenyans,” Ruto declared.

This ended days of speculation on his next move after his humiliating defeat.



“He is a good man because he has decided that at all costs this time round we must walk together. Gideon is here, Isaac is here, we shall walk together,” Ruto said.

“The community is bigger than me, bigger than Ruto and anyone else. that is why we are saying we closed the shop there and vowed to come back home,” he said.



The Rift VAlley region elders from different tribes urged their people to support DP Ruto until 2022. The elders said that they will reach their fellows in Turkana to support the DP Ruto bid.



Former Nyeri Senator Mutahi Kagwe yesterday said Jubilee has almost locked up support from the entire Rift Valley and now will focus on Turkana.



The northernmost county of the Rift Valley voted for Raila on August 8 and its Governor Josphat Nanok has been a close ally of the former Prime Minister.



“It is very clear now. Indications are that even those people who were against Uhuru Kenyatta and Jubilee, in the beginning, have seen the winning combination. It would be good for Turkana to support the President because of all the development projects he has lined up for the area,” Kagwe said.




“The job of elected leaders doesn’t belong to the IEBC, it doesn’t belong to the High Court or Raila, but the people of Kenya,” President Uhuru Kenyatta said.



"The People of Kenya will exercise their will in 17th October and people must vote. We are happy and hope to win again. The votes are with the people and not the courts. We will make sure we retain our seats." President Kenyatta Added.

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