Nairobi, KENYA: TNA nominated senator Paul Njoroge yet again has launched onslaught against deputy president William Ruto on his 2022 presidential bid.
In a media briefing in Nairobi on Monday, Njoroge said that it is incorrect for Ruto to start 2022 presidential bid engagements and yet Jubilee coalition is bracing it self for 2017 general election where president Uhuru Kenyatta will vie for another second term in office.
“Just like I stated some time back 2022 campaigns need to stop ,until we are through with 2017 elections which are fast approaching.” Njoroge said.
He also blasted Ruto for interfering with political realignment especially in Western Kenya where some ODM MPs including Paul Otuoma of Funyula , Ababu Namwamba of Budalangi and John Walukhe of Sirisia who resigned from their party and reportedly said they are likely to ditch the party.
Njoroge also urged Kenyans to embrace voter registration so as to use it as a weapon in electing credible leaders come 2017.
Yesterday, bickering emerged between Ruto and Namwamba after he denied Rutos allegations that he has already joined Jubilee.
Political realignment in Western Kenya has brought storm in ODM forcing opposition chief Raila Odinga to camp in the region for a week long tour, so as to woo his supporters after cracks rocked his party .