Deputy President Reveals why He Will Not Quit Jubilee Party
By Rononews | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 186 views
Deputy President Dr William samoe Ruto has vow to remain in the jubilee party despite call from the ruling party and those in the opposition party.Speaking in his rural county of Uasin Gishu, the second in command described the challenges he was facing as normal n the Kenyan political scene while insisting he would capture the main prize in 2022 despite the hot kitchen.Susan Kihika, MP Ngunjiri and others teargassed for planning to hold unauthorised meeting“. At the moment we have some challenges like the urgency on amending the Constitution and other issues, but when it is done with, whether it goes right or left, we will go back to the most important agenda of pushing the government's development programmes under the Big Four Agenda,"Ruto said.This come after the president uhuru kenyatta launched attack on him to resign or agree to his agenda of running the government of which he (William Ruto) is benefiting from.
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