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Ruto's Fate Surviving On Borrowed Life As He Is Told What He Should Expect In The 2027 Elections

Luanda MP Dickson Oyugi today said President William Ruto had no chance of surviving the attack. The opposition has announced plans to lead protests against Ruto, vowing to topple the government of opposition leader Raila Odinga. Oyugi is of the opinion that only a small number of Kenyans who voted for Ruto will stay out of the fight to keep him because everyone else is aligned with Raila.

After showing his democratic leanings, Ruto said he is now in trouble because he will be vulnerable and angry Kenyans will win.

"About 15 million people in this country have no voice. We will speak up and our voices will be heard," he said, according to the Star newspaper.

He said this after Raila announced that a march, which is likely to involve demonstrations, will begin on Wednesday to prevent a return to the era of Nyo.

Embakasi East MP Babu Owino accompanied Raila to Upperhill on Friday and said they were planning an anti-Islamic operation in the states by stopping Nairobi.

"We have 13 seats in Nairobi and if we destroy the city, nothing will happen in the country," the second-term parliamentarian warned.

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