•But Raila said the manifesto was punctuated by empty promises, slogans and handshakes.
•According to the Raila coalition, the manifesto missed conspicuous issues facing the nation which is corruption.
Agriculture CS Peter Munya was forced to cut short his speech after a rebellious crowd dismissed him over claims President Uhuru Kenyatta would be investigated after the August polls.
In a video that is making rounds on social media, Munya claimed DP William Ruto is planning to throw Uhuru in prison if he wins the August elections.
He was speaking on Wednesday in Meru County.
Munya had claimed DP Ruto’s manifesto seeks to investigate and imprison President Uhuru when he gets to State House, but Tigania East residents would hear none of it.
The locals protested, saying that the claims are false and Ruto's manifesto does not say so. They said that it was propaganda.
Munya insisted there were elaborate plans in place in a bid to sway the public's decision, but his claims fell on deaf ears.
He was forced to seat back, saying he could not address them when others are talking.
Last week, DP Ruto said his manifesto was the most realistic model to end Kenya's economic crisis.
The Kenya Kwanza flagbearer said that Kenya's economic turnaround lies in radical reforms in agriculture and transforming micro, small and medium enterprises, or MSMEs.
His economic blueprint emphasises empowering the economically underprivileged through what he calls the bottom-up economic model.
But the Raila Odinga-led Azimio coalition tore into the Kenya Kwanza manifesto, where Ruto had pledged to give billions to 'hustlers'.
Raila said the manifesto was punctuated by empty promises, slogans and handshakes.
According to the Raila coalition, the manifesto missed a conspicuous issue facing the nation which is corruption.
"Kenya Kwanza is the home of the largest collection of questionable political characters this country has ever seen. Under its large tent reside convicts and suspects of economic crimes and corruption against the people of Mt. Kenya," read part of the statement.
Raila claimed Ruto has been implicated in many economic crimes and acts of corruption.