Deputy President William Ruto is one of the political leaders enjoying massive support from the country. He has promised to vie for presidential seat in the coming general election and is currently strategizing his political game so that he can easily triumph.
Few days after bringing some of Kibaki's men into his wing, report emerging indicates that he's currently planning to also employ majority of leaders who served during the era of the late president Daniel Moi.
This move is to ensure Gideon Moi misses the support of these powerful leaders hence minimizing his chances of clinching to power. Njiru is believed to have been holding series of meetings with deputy president and he's in forefront convincing other leaders whom they served Moi together to join William Ruto's camp.Do you think these leaders will assist in boosting Ruto's political ambitions? Leave your comment and share this article with your friends.
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