Ruto hits out at Raila over referendum
13 September 2013, 14:02
Nyeri - Just a day after jetting back to the country from The Hague, Deputy President William Ruto has hit out at the former PM, Raila Odinga, over his call for referendum.
While speaking in Nyeri town on his way to Kabiru-ini to officially open Central ASK show, Ruto thanked Nyeri residents overwhelmingly voting for Jubilee.
In his short speech, Ruto said that it was about time for the government to work towards improving the lives of the people.
"It is now time for us to roll up our sleeves and work," He said, adding that Kenyans have other things to do other than polls every now and then.
H.E Ruto accused CORD of looking for ways to take power from Jubilee after they trampled them during the election, saying that that was the reason they are pushing for the referendum.
He also opposed the parliamentary system which the CORD coalition is pushing for.
On the ICC matter, Ruto maintained that they will win the case because they are innocent.
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