Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has called out the people pushing for the ‘Ruto must go agenda’.

Mutahi Ngunyi a political analyst has called out the people who have been pushing for the ‘Ruto must go agenda’.

According to Ngunyi, the presidency is the lowest level of leadership President William Ruto can get to.

He insisted that if he has to go anywhere, the President can only go higher than that.

In a statement after the incident, Murkomen joked that the Ruto the crowds wanted out was an official of the match that led to the confrontation.

He also explained the circumstances that led to the protests by the youths.

“The officials did their best to resolve the matter, but the Baringo central team were not satisfied. Being the home team, and with their fans being more than half of the stadium, it was impossible to proceed with the match. The players and the fans poured their frustrations on FKF officials, especially one Mr. Ruto, whom they felt, was not addressing their concerns. I appreciate all the volunteers who have so far made the OKM Peace Cup a success,” he said.

Ngunyi went on to quote former US President J.F. Kennedy who said that there is no school where one goes to learn how to become a president and that one learns on the job.

He added the critics should give Ruto a chance to find his balance.

“Ruto must go. Go where? This is as low as he can go. From here, he can only go up. And “UP” he will go. There is no school for Presidency (JF Kennedy). You learn on the job. And if the first year is not bumpy, you are not learning. Give him a chance,” Ngunyi said.

His remarks come at the backdrop of instances where videos have circulated on social media, of Kenyans complaining of the high cost of living and taxes.

This has seen some Cabinet secretaries get booed by crowds.

Opposition leaders have also been riding on the same wave, given that such incidents have mostly occurred in regions believed to be Ruto’s strongholds.

The last to fall victim to such was Transport CS Kipchumba Murkomen, who was hosting a Peace football tournament in Kabarnet, Baringo County.


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