NAIROBI– Deputy President William Ruto has dismissed the recent purported swearing in of NASA flag bearer Raila Odinga saying Kenyans have no time for such theatrics.

Speaking during the burial of Yvonne Nambia Wamalwa, wife of the late former Vice President Michael Kijana Wamalwa, Ruto was categorical that the elections are over and that there is no vacuum in the Presidency.

In stinging remarks directed at Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula who was at the funeral, Ruto said the opposition is a confused entity with no direction and no agenda for Kenyans.

He said NASA didn’t have the capacity to compete with Jubilee in last years’ election, and warned the opposition that 2022 will be the same if they don’t put their house in order.

Ruto said anyone violating the constitution will be dealt with without fear or favour saying the Country must now move forward and focus on development.

He said Kenyans had the opportunity to elect their leaders during the August polls and those propagating hatred, ethnicity and tribalism are breaking the law and wasting time.

The Deputy President said Jubilee will only participate in development talks and not power sharing being pushed by NASA, inviting opposition leaders to join hands in development agendas.

He eulogized Yvonne as a selfless leader whose contribution in the society was immense and who diligently served the interest of her Country.

Yvonne was laid to rest at her home in Kitale a fortnight after she died in Nanyuki.

A section of leaders from the Western region used the burial ceremony to call for Luhya unity, terming it the ticket to meaningful development of the region.