Prior to this year's presidential election, he claims that William Ruto, the current deputy president of the Republic of Kenya, is harder to believe than presidential candidate HE. professor George Wajackoyah.
"It's simpler to believe that a python attempted to eat Wajackoyah than it is to believe Ruto." The letter was written by Hon. Edwin Sifuna.
William Ruto, the second-in-command of the Republic of Kenya, and professor George Wajackoyah both unveiled their presidential platforms today. Additionally, some Kenyans say that George Wajackoyah could work against William Ruto, the republic of Kenya's second-in-command, in the run-up to this year's presidential elections.
After the general elections on August 9, it will be up to the public to decide whether Raila Odinga or William Ruto will succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.
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