It seems that President Uhuru Kenyatta is not planning to leave his seat to the Deputy President Dr. William Ruto. Everybody now seems to be following different directions as Ruto assures all and sundry that nothing can stop him from becoming the next president of Kenya.
During the West Pokot County visit today, Ruto assured the citizens that Jubilee-ODM coalition talks will not hinder his ambitions. Ruto told Uhuru, "Tumejipanga my friends. Your coalition plans with ODM will not stop me. I will use another party come 2022 polls." Ruto added by saying that the problem with Kenya is not the the leadership but the economy in general. Many citizens attended his meetings where he launched several projects and handed over a school bus to Paroo Secondary School.
His words comes a time when speculations shows that there are plans to form new coalitions that will make sure that he will not succeed to presidency.
The Deputy President Dr. William Ruto was
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