Deputy president William Ruto, might have done a big mistake that he will leave to regret, as the news about his suspension took the country by a storm, being suspended by someone who is lower in rank than he is.
The deputy president never asked for his office when the Jubilee party was acquiring the premises to make it it's headquarters.
In the photos that circulated online of the deputy president holding a meeting at the headquarters, he held that meeting at the boardroom of the headquarters, yet if he had an office, he would have conducted his meetings in his office and it have bothered no one.
It emerged that the Jubilee headquarters has only three designated offices space, and out of all these three, non is for the deputy party leader.
The three offices are for the party leader, the party chairman and the party secretary general, with that of the deputy president missing, and this is so maybe because he failed to ask for it.
This will be a good lesson to those in politics to avoid the repeat of this, if it ever happens.
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