Khalwale Reveals the Witchcraft Being Planted on William Ruto

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DP William Ruto and Boni Khalwale at a Past Event/Photo Courtesy

Deputy President William Ruto must be a very lucky man in the Kenyan political circles. This is a man who fights his own battles but even at that, has also got an army of loyalists willing and ready to take the bullet for him if need be.

One such loyalist is former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale who has time and again defended Ruto from a number of attacks and allegations.

The famous bullfighter has once again revealed a plot to scuffle Ruto’s Presidential bid.

According to the former FORD Kenya Deputy Party leader, the latest directive on the new bank notes will not help in the fight against corruption.

Khalwale said the Government’s latest tactic of ambushing Kenyans with new directives without consultations can only be compared to witchcraft.

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Boni Khalwale and William Ruto at a past event. Photo/File

He has said the Government rolled out the Huduma Namba Registration without civic education. The seemingly angry Khalwale also spoke of how the Government through Education CS George Magoha has rolled out the new curriculum despite facing rebellion from various Education Stakeholders.

Back to the new currency debate, Khalwale has said the withdrawal of the Ksh1,000 notes targets a particular group of politicians who have been generous by giving handsome donations in churches and to the needy.

“Now we’re told if we don’t surrender Ksh1,000 notes they will be as useless as normal paper. This is tantamount to witchcraft,” Khalwale said.

Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale giving food to Muslim faithfuls in Kakamega

Khalwale challenged the Government to declare the Kss1,000 notes illegal immediately if it was serious in the war against graft. He said the Government should not wait and that the time to act is now.

“We are saying that if the withdrawal of the Sh1,000 notes will fight corruption, then the government should not wait until October 1. We want it to begin right away because we don’t want corruption to take a toll,” he said.

Khalwale spoke at the Kakamega Jamia Mosque after giving out food.

On June 1, President Uhuru Kenyatta launched the new generation banknotes with new features that will replace the current ones come October 1.

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