Today,while inaugurating Nakuru to be a city, President Uhuru Kenyatta took a swipe at DP Ruto,and how he does his politics.
The President, indirectly hitting at the DP,said that youths should learn leadership is a marathon and that the old can outrun them.
And now the Office of DP Ruto has broken silence after the President drummed support for Raila in 2022 general elections.
Emmanuel Talam,the DP Ruto's Communication Secretariat has claimed that Raila Odinga and Gideon Moi are government's projects.He also added that the the projects were formally launched at Nakuru and that the 2022 elections will be a good race.
Emmanuel Talam remarks comes at a time when reports are claiming that KANU chairman Gideon Moi, could be contemplating on working with Raila Odinga in 2022 general elections.
It has also been said the President is working on a deal to unite One Kenya Alliance leaders in order to form formidable alliance,that will defeat DP Ruto.
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