Deputy President Dr William Ruto's latest move of taking a private Corona Virus disease vaccine has landed him into serious problems and trouble with some leaders in the country.
Photo of William Ruto.
It is bad news for William Ruto as Lawyer Ndegwa Njiru now alleges that the Deputy President's latest move has exposed his (Ruto) communist ideology not only to the people of Kenya but also to those outside the nation.
The vocal lawyer has alleged that the jab the the Deputy President took will make the West nations to gang up against him as far as his presidential interests are concerned.
On his twitter page, the lawyer informed that the Deputy President's presidency is set to be in jeopardy if the West makes the above alleged move.
"The RUSSIAN jab @WilliamsKenya took has exposed his COMMUNIST POLITICAL ideology. That jab will make the WEST gang against RUTO. A PRESIDENCY in JEOPARDY." Lawyer Ndegwa Njiru noted on his twitter page just as shown below;
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