Two years after his dramatic exit from William Ruto’s Tanga-tanga faction of Jubilee party, Uasin Gishu business Mogul and Politician Bundotich Zedekiah alias Buzeki, has come out to speak on his possibilities to work with the Deputy President William Ruto again.
Buzeki, who recently bolded out of Isaac Rutto’s Chama Cha Mashinani Party after the latter decided to work with Ruto’s hustler movement, had been so vocal against Ruto’s 2022 presidency, accusing him over alleged corruption related cases.
And speaking on Friday morning when he was hosted at a local vernacular radio Station, Kass FM for a morning interview, Buzeki, who has expressed his intentions to try his hand on Uasin Gishu county governor’s seat come 2022, said he is yet to decide on who to support in 2022.
While suggestively laying his blames on William Ruto’s close allies, Buzeki wondered why they have been fighting him in the county, saying they should never vote for Buzeki come 2022.
While pointing his fingers at the likes of Ruto’s PA Farouk Kibet and Soy MP Caleb Kositany, Buzeki wondered why Ruto’s friends have been moving round the county spoiling for him and campaigning against his 2022 gubernatorial candidature.
“What about those William Ruto’s lieutenants saying Buzeki should not be given the governor’s vote? Am I not a human being like anybody? Whenever they are in Uasin Gishu, instead of bringing together all the leaders and people, they are the ones inciting them against me,” lamented Buzeki.
He expressed his willingness to support Ruto, but only if his lieutenants will be humble and respectful towards other leaders in the county.
“If Ruto’s people wants to suppress our voices, let them also know that we are human beings, we have feelings and we also have our own supporters! If they want us to respect them, they should also reciprocate, respect is a two way traffic,” stated Buzeki.
While pointing out at the recent burial at Tarakwa in Uasin Gishu county where Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa allegedly attacked those who are not in Ruto’s camp from Uasin Guishu, Buzeki said such remarks will not bring solutions to the differences currently being witnessed but only serve to deepen the differences.