The Baringo Senator said on Friday, November 25, during a fundraising in Baringo South, that the DP is making more enemies than friends across the country and that it is just a matter of time before his downfall comes calling.
“Instead of preaching peace and unity for the people of this country, Ruto’s mouth spreads divisive politics, that in the end will ruin his own reputation,” Moi said.
Present at the event were several Kanu leaders who echoed their boss’s sentiments hinting that they will not support Ruto’s 2022 presidential bid.
They included Kanu Rift Valley coordinator Jonathan Bii who urged Ruto to “wake up and smell the coffee” and consider quitting the ruling coalition.
Ruto and Moi are currently embroiled in a political scuffle as the two fight to reign supreme over the region. The rivalry has seen the latter gang up with another of Ruto’s allies turned enemies, Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto, to achieve the same.