Edwin Sifuna Fries Ruto Over Condolence Message to Moi’s Family

Even as the rest of the country continues to mourn the demise of retired President Daniel Arap Moi, ODM Secretary-General has lashed out at Deputy President William Ruto shortly after he released his condolence message to Moi’s family.

Through his Twitter account, the SG, who has been so vocal against the DP, together with his tanga tanga group, accused Ruto of allegedly taking swipes at President Uhuru Kenyatta when the rest of the country is in mourning.

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ODM Secretary-General Edwin Sifuna. Photo/File

Without giving further explanations on how the DP had allegedly mocked his boss, who is currently out the country on official duties, Sifuna went ahead to stain Ruto’s praises on the former president, saying no one expects praise for following the law in Kenya.

“This one could not resist the urge to take a swipe at his boss even at this time of national mourning? No one expects praise for following the Law. It’s not optional,” posted Sifuna on Twitter.

Speaking during a press briefing at Harambee Annex on Tuesday morning, Ruto heaped praises on the former head of state saying Moi had sacrificed his personal comfort and happiness to secure stability and the unity of the nation.

Ruto went ahead to hail Moi for submitting himself to presidential term limits, by relinquishing power in 2002 and graciously entering a dignified retirement.

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He stated that the former President went against expectations of many to embrace reforms which enabled Kenyans to enjoy multiparty democracy and civil democracy freedom in 1992.

He described the late Mzee Moi as a God-fearing leader who sacrificed his personal comfort so that Kenya could be a  stable nation.

However, Sifuna’s remarks on Ruto left a section of Kenyans wondering if the ODM man was genuine in his allegations or was just playing politics with the issue.
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