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You Can Do Anything in Kenya if You are Not My Friend, Ruto's Message to His UDA Members

William Ruto, Kenya's vice president, arrived in Karen today to lay out his ideas to all of his UDA members. Since he is one of the presidential contenders running next year, he has expressed his displeasure with President Uhuru Kenyatta's decision to support ODM leader Raila Odinga.

Today, William Ruto had a gathering in his Karen house in Nairobi with UDA supporters from across the country. In his speech, Ruto claimed that in the name of Handshake, Uhuru's government is surrounded by thugs and criminals. Ruto has also raised concerns about the KEMSA scam, in which Kenyan taxpayers lost a significant amount of money while the alleged perpetrators of the fraud continue to walk free. "The same suspected leaders are threatening to expel me from the jubilee party, which is already dead." William Ruto is a Kenyan

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"You can still do anything in Kenya if you are not my friend," he implied to Uhuru. This comes after Uhuru stated during the inauguration of Nakuru as a city that politics is all about knowledge and that you can start a race but lose to an old person in the end.

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