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Another Looming Trouble To Ruto As Two Court Cases Are About To Be Filed Against His Government.

The current president William Samoei Ruto who have to continue bracing himself for more tough times in the days to come despite having spend less than two months in office following his inauguration on September this year.

There is yet another looming trouble to the government that is now led by Ruto as two court cases are about to be filed anytime from now. Those who want to make this move are his main competitors from the opposition side which is under the patronage of the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka.

The first court case deals with petitioning the rule that the speaker of the national assembly honorable Moses Wetang'ula made declaring Kenya Kwanza Alliance a majority party while Azimio taking the minority side.

In many occasions, Azimio leaders have been claiming that they are the majority despite a few of their affiliate parties shifting to Kenya Kwanza.

The second court case is that of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) crops that President Ruto led cabinet secretaries to lift the ban on it's usage in Kenya a few weeks ago.

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