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Mixed Reactions As DP Ruto Meets His Longtime Critic

In politics there are no permanent friends or enemies. In every elections leaders with similar agendas and ideological beliefs join hands together to fight for the top seats.

There was an element of surprise this morning as Alinur Mohamed today met the deputy president, William Ruto at his Karen residence.

Alinur Mohamed, Raila- allied Kamkunji Constituency Member of Parliament aspirant has been a critic of the deputy president William Ruto for a while now.

For the past few days rumours of a possible Raila- Ruto alliance have circulating the news pages in the country. This rumours originated from the behind the public eye meeting between deputy president William Ruto and Wycliffe Oparanya. DP Ruto and the former prime minister have been enemies for years but it seems things are changing so fast.In the virtue of the Raila- Ruto alliance, Alinur Mohamed today decided to meet DP Ruto at his Karen residence to discuss on a myriad of issues pertaining to the state of affairs in the country as well as critical matters pertaining to youth development.

Through his Twitter account, Mohamed revealed that he was able to meet with the second in command. " I met with the Deputy President Dr. William Ruto in Karen. We discussed the state of affairs in our country and other critical matters pertaining to youth development. " Stated Alinur Mohamed.Mohamed went ahead to acknowledge that despite the political differences between him and the deputy president, they have a collective role to liberate the nation from the chains of poverty and unemployment.

" We affirmed to each other that despite our political differences, we have a collective role to liberate our country from the chains of poverty and unemployment. He wished me and all the Muslims a Ramadhan Mubarak. " Alinur concluded.

This comes at a time when the temperatures in the political arena are ridiculously rising.

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