Deputy President William Ruto knows well enough that he needs like 100% of votes from his own Rift Valley region in order to win the presidential race. For that reason, he has been trying as much as possible to make sure that all the leaders in the region supports his presidential move.
Today, DP William Ruto was in for a rude shock after his top ally in the region known as Jackson Mandago changed tune as he delivered a strong message ahead of 2022 poll. According to reports, Mandago instead supported Raila Odinga's move of uniting the nation instead of talking about divisive politics in the country.
"When you look at all those who want the presidency, they are prominent and are from big families. As an ordinary person, you have never been in the Cabinet or any big position to worry about other prominent people." Said Jackson Mandago as reported by the Star.
"Some have homes in London and some own big business at Dubai." Reacted one Kenyans as other reactions flocked in.
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