Recent political statistics have revealed that Deputy President William Ruto has dropped the weapons against Uhuru minimizing the the number of attacks he has been attacking him. As this happens, it has been revealed that DP Ruto has now picked up on a major fight against Raila Odinga after realizing that he may easily bring him down with recent moves.
This happens as Raila continues to dominate Mt. Kenya from the top unlike DP Ruto who is doing it at grassroot level due to rebel from leaders. Instead of attacking Uhuru as he has always done before, DP Ruto is now consistently criticizing Raila for allegedly wasting Kenyans and the government at large.
During most of his campaigns, DP Ruto has been firing shots at the dynasties saying it time for children of the hustlers to rise. This is through his bottom up economic approach that is promised to help in empowering the hustlers. DP Ruto has continued claiming that the end of Jubilee was brought by Raila's handshake.
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