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You went to school but act illiterate, Wetang'ula tells Ruto

2017-05-19T14:21:14.852+0000 Anunda Sakwa

Bungoma Senator Moses Wetang’ula with Kanduyi MP Wafula Wamunyinyi during a meeting in Kanduyi with Ford Kenya aspirants who lost the primaries, May 19, 2017. [PHOTO/]

Deputy President William Ruto went to school but behaves like an illiterate person, NASA principal Moses Wetang'ula has said.

Speaking in Kanduyi, Bungoma county, when he met Ford Kenya losers in the primaries, the Bungoma senator said Ruto's solutions for Kenya's pertinent issues are not any different from those of a man who has never stepped in a classroom.

"I wonder what he was doing in class...was he just planning when his grabbing spree would start?" he said.

Wetang'ula singled out Ruto's arguments on World Bank and IMF's advisory over foreign lending, saying the DP's dismissal of the report was evidence he could not grasp the obvious.

He argued the country's over-borrowing trend was a risky undertaking and that the National Super Alliance (NASA) will review borrowing when it finally takes over.

“How can a person who went to school rubbish bodies like World Bank and IMF?" he asked, adding corruption by the Jubilee regime "can only be by one illiterate person".

The senator further said Ruto lacked the moral authority to talk about NASA leaders since his source of wealth is questionable.

"Let him stop telling lies about us because we are going to tell Kenyans lots of truth about them," he said.