"Ruto's Presidency Is In Danger For This Reason" ~ Ndegwa Njiru Claims
By IddAbia | self meida writer
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Top and Celebrated Ndegwa Njiru has raised an alarm Concerning Ruto's Presidential bid ahead of the 2022 General Elections. Njiru is among the Critics of DPWilliam Samoei Ruto, and he has penned down through his Social media platforms that Ruto's Presidency is in danger.
According to Lawyer Njiru, he has further Continued to claim the West will gang against DP Ruto William Ruto, since he does not trust them. And his Presidency will not be a walk in the park.
"The Russian jab William Ruto took has exposed his COMMUNIST POLITICAL Ideology. That jab will make the west gang against Ruto. A Presidency is a Jeopardy." Stated Lawyer Ndegwa Njiru
According to different Political Sources, Ndegwa Njiru is a project of the Government. And he is being used to Criticize President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta Opponents.
There have been rumours that Lawyer Ndegwa Njiru has got some misunderstandings with the Deputy President William Ruto, that Cannot Exposed to the Public.
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