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Ever since the deputy president Wlliam Ruto started touring the country, to popularize his bid for presidency in 2022, he has been receiving a lot of criticism in the country for engaging in early campaigns ahead and 2022.
Ruto went against his boss even after he-the president advised politicians against engaging in early campaigns, since this would surely slow down his efforts to bring development and accomplish his political agent, especially the big four.
The reluctance of Ruto to heed to his boss, forced Uhuru to come up with measures to tame him. This was seen when some members of jubilee party allied to Ruto were axed from their parliamentary and party positions.
To curb Ruto further, the president appointed Fred Matiangi to chair the national development communication committee charged with implementation and monitoring developmental projects.
This was to ensure that Ruto doesn't go around the country launching projects hence lowering his popularity among kenyans that might reduce his support base come 2022.
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