In politics nothing happens out of mere coincidence. Everything that happens is always well scripted, planned and executed to achieve a specific political objective. The deputy president William Ruto was in Kiambu county on Sunday where he was joined by the former Kiambu governor Ferdinand Waititu.
But why do you think Ferdinand Waititu accompanied the deputy president to Kiambu? In my considered opinion, the deputy president was aiming at achieving the following objectives.
I strongly believe that the Dp is keen on replacing Moses Kuria with Ferdinand Waititu after Moses Kuria failed to fold his party and join UDA party. The deputy president is sending a coded message to them that he has other people that he can rely on.
I don't know what you think but that's my take. Remember to click the follow button and share this article.
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