Those who fight me are drunkards, Says Ruto
29 September 2016, 20:58
Nairobi - Deputy President William Ruto has said that those who are fighting him and regularly accuse him of being corrupt are drunkards who spent most of their money and time in the bars.
Speaking yesterday at K24 Television, Ruto said that some of them spent most of their time in the bars and the next day, they cannot engage themselves in any meaning work as they suffer from hangovers.
"People like Boniface who always hurl insults at me on twitter spend most of their time drinking and the next day, they will wake up at 11am, full of hangovers and cannot engage themselves in anything useful", he said.
Ruto used the show to defend his source of wealth saying that he got all his property through sheer hard work.
"There are some people who believe that if you are a son of a peasant, you do not have to rise to the top...all my property is through hard work and I can account for it", he said.
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