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Ruto will regret wrecking ODM, says URP MP

29 June 2016, 09:16 Jackson Okata

Nairobi - Deputy President William Ruto has been warned against being part of a scheme that is out to wreck the ODM house.

Kuresoi south MP Zakayo Cheruiyot said that Ruto might come to regret later if it is true that he is behind the alleged plot to break the ODM house.

Cheruiyot warned that it's politically risky and wrong for Ruto to ruin a house he might need later in his political career.

He added that Ruto should treat ODM and its leaders with respect because he doesn't know what the future holds.

The URP legislator said it is disheartening to see Ruto celebrating the troubles facing ODM.

Read Also: Raila explains why Ababu cannot leave ODM

"If there is one person who will suffer if ODM splits, that person is DP Ruto because the same party he is fighting might come to help him in the near future," he said.

"It will reach a time when he will need to run and seek for help from the same house he is trying to bring down," he said.

"It's wise to treat your poor neighbour with respect because you never know what tomorrow holds; the same neighbour you are looking down upon might turn out to be your boss and this message should reach our good DP," said the MP.

Ruto is accused of buying key members of ODM out of the party ahead of the 2017 general elections.

- MyNews24

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