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Ruto's political brokerage has ruined Rift Valley politics

31 December 2015, 12:03 Jackson Okata

Nakuru - Rongai Member of Parliament, Raymond Moi has accused deputy President William Ruto of ruining Rift Valley politics by politically auctioning the region to the highest bidders.

Moi said that the region has been weakened politically since 2007 because Ruto has politically auctioned it.

The MP speaking Wednesday in Nakuru town said that Ruto sold Kalenjins to ODM in 2007 before repeating it in 2013 when he sold them to the Jubilee alliance.

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"Kalenjins have been tossed left, right and center since 2007 and this has confused them politically. The DP has been auctioning Kalenjins for his own political gains and that has made us politically vulnerable," said Moi.

Moi warned that Kalenjins will lack political say like the people of coastal region and north eastern should they abandon their own parties for a foreign party.

Moi further added that KANU will move around the region educating people on the dangers of joining the Jubilee party.

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