The ODM and President Uhuru Kenyatta's side Kieleweke brigades are like buffaloes, as the only strategy they posses when it comes to attacking Deputy President William Ruto is aggression. When you deny them a target for aggression they lose balance. William Ruto is know to be a good student of Robert Greene’s book THE 33 STRATEGIES OF WAR and his latest move heavily features the following laws:
LAW 12. LOSE BATTLES BUT WIN THE WAR.
People will inevitably get the best of you at times. Keep a cool head and stay focused on large, long-term goals and let your opponents enjoy small victories.
LAW 20. MANEUVER THEM INTO WEAKNESS.
Create a dilemma for your enemy, in which the only way they can respond to your move is with a decision that will hurt them in some way.
LAW 15. CONTROL THE DYNAMIC.
The best way to manipulate your opponents’ emotions is to define the nature of your relationship. If they are especially arrogant, give them the impression that they are the one in control.
LAW 26. DENY THEM TARGETS.
Keep the competition from engaging you with all their might by staying innovative and unpredictable, which will keep them afraid and frustrated.
Based on the above, President Uhuru and Raila Odinga now have only two plausible options; to either play along or wage a direct war on the master tactician William Ruto with the latter promising to be very detrimental.
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