Meet Ruto and agree to work together ahead of 2022, Maangi asks Raila Odinga

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Kisii Deputy Governor Joash Maangi addressing Mourners at the Burial of Timothy Bosire's Wife in Nyamira County. Photo/Rogers
Kisii Deputy Governor Joash Maangi addressing Mourners at the Burial of Timothy Bosire’s Wife in Nyamira County. Photo/Rogers

Kisii County Deputy governor Joash Maangi ignited Mourners at a funeral on Tuesday when he asked ODM Leader Raila Odinga to shun differences and work with Deputy President Dr. William Ruto.

According to Joash, the former prime Minister should not only have future plans but also organize on how he should work with Dr. William Ruto in his bid to seek presidency come the next general elections.

‘It is my appeal to Raila Odinga that he should work with my friend, the deputy president Dr. William Ruto. Am requesting that God glues the two of you together. Am sure this country will heal if you choose to work together.”

Joash Maangi was speaking during the burial of mama Jane Munda Bosire who is the wife to the ODM Party’s National treasurer in Nyamira County, an event that was attended by the former Prime minister and other leaders of the ODM brigade.

Maangi who is confident to succeed his boss Governor James Ongwae come next year maintained that he is still in ODM despite working closely with William Ruto.

Joash Maaangi, over the recent past has been very vocal in selling the Deputy President’s bottom-up economic agenda in the entire Kisii region. According to him, this is the second time he is requesting the Former prime minister to work with the deputy president, his first time being during his father’s burial early this year.

Earlier claims that the former prime minister is set to work with the deputy president ahead of the 2022 general elections was rubbished by the ODM’s communication team terming the allegations as impossibilities and so amounting to malice.

The Kisii county deputy governor is optimistic that through his campaigns, the former prime minister will work with the deputy president ahead of the general elections come 2022. The deputy governor finally delivered his condolences to the family of timothy Bosire and requested Kenyans to remain united for a better course.