Deputy President William Ruto has been one of the most fought politicians in the country. His close friends have been humiliated.
TangaTanga MPs have been criticising the acts of intimidation aimed at the second in command in the recent past for standing his ground and supporting the local person.
Nominated MP David Ole Sankok had dropped a message of hope to Ruto's camp as his enemies are started to feel the heat of the full wrath of the law.
"Deuteronomy 28:7 "Your enemies will come to you in one direction but they will scatter in 7 different directions. " Bangkok
Ruto's rivals seem to be winning his battles indirectly after a new crack in the Building Bridges Initiative was exposed yesterday and this gives him political mileage as he will have a chance to argue against not backing it up.
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