Speaker Justin Muturi has hinted that Mt Kenya residents must not trust the second in command of the republic of Kenya William Ruto come 2022. According to the National Assembly speaker Justin Muturi the second in command of the republic of Kenya William Ruto will kick the region out of his Government after clinching power in 2022.
Deputy President William Ruto just ended his two days Nyeri County Tour minutes ago and was welcomed by a huge crowds as he toured cross the county.
Remember that a section of Kenyans have been alleging that speaker Justin Muturi is either deep state project or deputy president William Ruto's project. Although in many occasions Speaker Justin Muturi hinted that he is his own project.
Deputy President William Ruto remain the man to beat come 2022 but the big question is, how will he win the 2022 presidential election when he has refused coalition? It is now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming months.
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