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Sunday Newspapers: Mt Kenya MPs in Plot to Block Ruto, Ruto Boldly Say He Does Fear Any Threat

In today's newspaper editions, politics have taken the center stage. Below are the stories making headlines in different Sunday Newspapers. 

Sunday Nation 

According to the Sunday Nation, the Deputy President William Ruto vows to remain put despite a series of attacks and security drama. However, it has been revealed that lawmakers from the Mount Kenya region are plotting to block the Deputy President William Ruto in his 2022 presidential bid. According to the Sunday Nation, President Uhuru Kenyatta hosted allied leaders in State House, Nairobi when a plan was hatched to dismantle the DP William Ruto's networks. The Mt Kenya Members of Parliament also have plans underway to rejuvenate the Jubilee Party. Curiously, the hosted Members of Parliament allegedly say Raila is a hard-sell in Mount Kenya. This now leaves a question, who do they want?

Taifa Jumapili 

According to the Taifa Jumapili Newspaper, the Deputy President William Ruto has dismissed the government's move to displace the GSU guards and some drivers, a move he described as temporary threats. Deputy President William Ruto also called on his supporters who have also been harassed by the government to be patient as he assures them that the threats they are receiving from the Jubilee government are temporary and fleeting. Deputy President said this while speaking at Mariashoni area in Molo, Nakuru County during the burial of nominated senator Victor Prengei who died in a road accident.

Sunday Standard

The Sunday Standard newspaper edition, has revealed how the 2010 Constitution shook Uhuru Kenyatta and the ruling class during that time. The country is currently marking 11 years of the 2010 Constitution. The Sunday Standard states that the political elite has not yet come to terms with reality of 2010 law. This is despite the failed attempts to have the constitution changed. The courts have constantly turned down efforts to have the constitutional amendments.

The Sunday Standard Newspaper has also revealed that the President met Mt Kenya leaders at a State House meeting. According to the newspaper, more than 30 Kieleweke Members of Parliament met the president at a night meeting and has revealed that their main agenda was the push to oust Tuju and Murathe.

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