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Ruto using County money to fund KANU revamping

28 April 2015, 15:48 Jackson Okata

Nakuru - Kuresoi north member of parliament, Moses Cheboi has accused the Bomet Governor, Isaac Ruto of using money from the County coffers to fund the revamping of KANU in rift valley.

Cheboi said that Ruto had realized that his political future is faint and decided to redeem his standing by hanging onto KANU, which he termed as a dead party.

Speaking in Kuresoi town Tuesday, Cheboi said that Governor Ruto has been using County money to hire helicopters to ferry him to political rallies organized by Baringo Senator, Gideon Moi and his KANU party.

''Some people like Governor Ruto feel as if they are untouchable and they can do what they want. He is busy using public funds to popularize a party he does not belong to and I want to remind him that he is violating the political parties act,'' he said.

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"If he wants to join KANU, let him resign from URP and seek re-election on a KANU ticket and let URP take action against him and my friend Cheruiyot who have decided to work with KANU," said Cheboi.

Cheboi reminded those opposing the deputy President that a political tsunami was coming to clear them off the rift valley politics.

"Anybody who thinks that he can oppose the deputy President must be prepared for the coming political tsunami and I want to tell them that soon we will be reading about them in history books," he said.

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