Deputy President William Ruto has been fighting many battles ahead of the August 9th 2022 general election. He started his campaigns early enough and made it clear that his main mission will be to succeed his boss President Uhuru Kenyatta and that landed him in trouble as a section of Kenyans called for his resignation.
For a very long period of time, Ruto has been fighting to keep his position as the Deputy President of the Republic even as some MPs threatened to impeach him and today, DP William Ruto was given a big boost after a big ruling was made by Chief Justice Martha Koome's judiciary.
According to TV47 Kenya, CJ Martha Koome's Judiciary through the High Court dismissed a case seeking to oust DP William Ruto from office over alleged neglect of duty. It is said that the High Court made it clear that they can't handle the case because it is a political process that should be addressed through Parliament.
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