In recent days, politics have been taking centre stage of the Nation's discussions. In every part of the country, people have been talking mostly about Deputy President William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza camp and Raila Odinga's Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya Alliance.
Each and every time DP William Ruto and his allies have been breaking their silence, it has always been about politics and why Kenyans should elect them over their rivals but today when Ruto's close ally Gladys Shollei broke her silence, things were completely different.
Through her official twitter account, Gladys Shollei caused sadness and dejection in the country after she confirmed that death had stroke again thus leaving her in mourning. According to the Uasin Gishu county women representative, she even travelled all the way to Siaya County to offer her support to the family of Steve Ogolla after losing their beloved one.
As things seem to be, politics was even put aside as Gladys Shollei confirmed through pictures that she even met with Raila's diehard James Orengo and they had a light moment together.
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