Deputy president William Ruto has hinted while speaking on the state of the nation in one of the local TV station Meru county Weru tv. The second in command of the republic of Kenya William Ruto thanks God over the collapsed in the building bridges innitiative bbi bill says the bill will continue to collapse.
Deputy president William Ruto is one of the political leaders who said that the building bridges innitiative bbi bill will not go through and the bill collapse in the both High court and the court of appeal. Although the building bridges innitiative bbi bill is still in the supreme court.
Remember that deputy president William Ruto's relationship with his boss president Uhuru Kenyatta has continue to die and it might affect him come 2022. Although the second in command of the republic of Kenya William Ruto has proven to be the man to beat come 2022 presidential election.
Do you think that the building bridges innitiative bbi bill might come back to the limelight come next year?
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