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Truth Behind DP William Ruto And Musalia Mudavadi's Approbation To Unite

Looking at current political trends, a leader needs proven intelligence and development records in order to be chosen as an asset and not a liability. The presidential seat needs transparency and epitomic forces of ruling. You may be old enough but no experience at all. At the sane time, you may be young but have all the qualities of leading. Biblically, David became the king from a weak tribe; as young as he was but he ended up ruling in truth and sanity. What am I trying to depict?

Look at the times of Mzee Jomo Kenyatta - Harambee. Mzee Daniel Arap Moi - Nyayo. Mzee Mwai Kibaki - Kazi Iendelee and now the outgoing state leader; His excellence Uhuru Kenyatta - Kusema na Kutenda. In as much as this philosophies are accremating, we see change. During that time, harambee worked but now it isn't anywhere. Thanks to our legendary president who made Kenya to higher levels though it is shaking now; His excellence former president 2002-2013Mwai Kibaki. He is the only man who went home just like he came; poor because he took most of his time building the nationwide projects. Congratulations Mr and let God give you more birthdays of success and the gift of life.

Currently, we have United Democratic Alliance leader who is the deputy president of the republic of Kenya; His excellence William Ruto, Former prime minister Raila Odinga of Orange Democratic Movement and Musalia Mudavadi of Africa National Congess; who had his tutorial earthquake yesterday at the Bomas of Kenya and Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka as presidential candidates. We are sure of two main double gang switches. That is UDA and ODM; followed closely by ANC. We should learn from what we saw during the conference; an instance where DP William Ruto attended Musalia Mudavadi's Earthquake initiation. This alone sounds an alarm because William Ruto has his own projects and duties as a candidate who should also Chase the bag.

If you were keen enough, you would discover that the two have one thing in common but they are just concealing it for the first time before blowing the trumpet. In as much as Musalia Mudavadi vies for presidency, William Ruto does it even better but he attended the earthquake orientation. They both spoke of eliminating fraud means of acquiring resources and making a new normal. They are in fact together, only that they just introduced.

Deeply enough, the Deputy President made it clear and precise that after the meeting, they are having rallies for the entire week together with Musalia Mudavadi which shall end on Saturday 29th at central Kenya. He added that by the end of this in Central Kenya, they shall have revealed who they are to Kenyans. Don't you think this is an indirect way if sleeping without a duvet but there are two warm blankets!

To my opinion, let us prepare that if both Mudavadi and Ruto are real and they want to bring sanity; which is possible, then Mudavadi in no doubt should be ready to wear William Ruto's current shoes as the deputy president of Kenya to be ahead of August! This should be their main target in as much as they have decided to journey together. Approbation is the best policy among them and we know they shall prospect because it means Western Kenya is being initiated as Ruto's Kingdom making them succeed.

What are your views according to these current political trends? Are you at a position to comment and give us your opinion too? As for me, if they keep this. Then there is light at the end of the tunnel and after Ruto; according to the platform's withstandings , then Mudavadi shall be a future president after 10 successful years of William Ruto.

We have no powers over this. Let God choose his best as we wait to accept the winner from any side.

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Kusema na Kutenda Musalia Mudavadi Mzee Mwai Kibaki Uhuru Kenyatta William Ruto

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