Caleb Kositany who is a close ally to Deputy President William Ruto has rubbished claims that there is a possibility that William Ruto and Raila Odinga will work together in the run up to 2022 general election. This was quoted today in one of the leading daily newspaper.
An extract from Today's Daily Nation
According to the legislator the two leader have chanted different paths for themselves and any thought to bring the two leaders together will prove futile. His sentiment come only weeks after the second in command revealed that he is willing to work with the former premier under condition that their ideologies match together.
He further revealed that Uhuru’s actions on his deputy is a clear indication that the two are not in good working terms. He revealed that the president’s plan to install a successor will fail terribly judging from history. He reminded him how he failed in 2002 when he had the support of the then president Daniel Moi.
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