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‘The only way Ruto will go is through voting’- Moses Kuria

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President Ruto continues to receive backlash from the public despite his efforts of engaging Gen Z’s and opposition leaders for dialogue.

He has been a topic of discussion for several days now. Both leaders and netizens have shared their sentiments on what they think about him and how he should mitigate ‘Ruto must go’.

From the president’s side, he believes the slang is quite democratic and acceptable, bearing in mind the right of democracy in the 254.

“Everybody is entitled to their opinion. I have a job to do. Citizens are free to engage in discourse that they want to but those are the fruits and signs of a democracy. We all enjoy freedom of speech,” Ruto said.

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Moses Kuria joins the conversation

Public service CS Moses Kuria has been roped in the conversation a couple of times. He was among the leaders who supported the finance bill and received hefty backlash from citizens.

This time, he has shared his comments on what the Gen Z’s think. He shared in a recent interview with Citizen TV that Ruto was elected and therefore shouldn’t be bashed out of power.

”You know, people are saying Ruto must go, but Ruto didn’t come. He was elected. And there’s another election coming,” he started off.

He further explained that people who claim Ruto must go should turn up in huge numbers during elections and vote against him if it’s what they feel.

”The only way for Ruto to go is through the vote,” he continued.

Ruto set for dialogue

President Ruto recently met with Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka, Hassan Joho, among other renowned leaders, with an aim of getting into dialogue to try and settle the grievances of most Kenyans.

He further explained that he is proud of young people for voicing out their grievances.

“I am very proud of our young people. they have stepped forward peacefully and I want to tell them we are going to engage them. We are going to have a conversation so that together we can build a greater nation,” he added.

For the most part of the conversation Ruto has been having, young people have been conglomerated more. He is looking to deploy several youths for a sit-down meeting to further discuss the issues of Gen Z’s.

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