The ongoing political allingnments in the country are now on a high gear ahead of the hotly contested general elections. The two main coalitions are now traversing the country in search of votes with the aim of inheriting the Presidency from Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta.
The recent attacks between Uhuru and Ruto are slowly gaining momentum as the causes of their fallout begins leaking. The two have been attacking each other on any opportunity they have when addressing their supporters or when on official duties.
An audio of Ruto in a heated argument with President Uhuru Kenyatta has leaked after the 2017 judgment by the supreme court that cancelled the elections. The audio is accompanied by a video where Ruto was addressing the elders in his Karen home for hours after the supreme court gave a judgement that was their expectation. The hours of nuliffication of the presidential election were tense and a confrontation between the two took over since Jubilee party was considering another person for the position of the Deputy president.
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