Deputy president Dr. William Ruto's presidential ambition is reportedly in limbo as one of the adernt Allies reveals why the death of the Building Bridges Initiative is going to inconvenience him in 2022 as he makes the following remarks.
Speaking to the NATION media today on Saturday 21st of August while giving his opinion on the verdict given by the court of appeal on the Building Bridges Initiative yesterday, Keiyo South constituency member of parliament Hon Daniel Rono claimed that the biggest loser in the just concluded BBI case is his boss DP Ruto.
According to the ardent tanga tanga politician, DP Ruto's presidential bid is now under threat because he can longer acquire more Allies, something that BBI could have helped him with. While at it, Hon Rono claimed that Ruto's hustler camp is only made up of outgoing MPs and politicians who support bases across the country are questionable compared to the Kieleweke camp which is made up of regional Kingpins.
"I fact the BBI had a good number of things the deputy president Dr. William Ruto would have used to form an in formidable force ahead of the 2022 general election. By using BBI he would have used the new executive position to persuade politicians but now that the whole process is dead, there is no way he can do that because you cannot persuade a politician to support you without getting anything in return, "Hon Rono told Nation.
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