Former Agriculture Cabinet Secretary in Ex-President Uhuru's administration, Peter Munya makes a comparison between President Ruto's tenure in power just in 100 days and his former boss, Uhuru Kenyatta has come out with interesting findings. That seemly may define his next political move.
On whether he will support Raila's azimio la umoja movement or he will join President Ruto's government.
As reported by a media outlet, the Star. The former Cs is on record praising President Ruto for his style of leadership and management.
He wondered to see and hear that within a few days in power. President Ruto has been able to accomplish many things as compared to President Uhuru.
Below is the excerpt by the Star;The former Cabinet Secretary during the electioneering period was among President Ruti's critics in Mt. Kenya as he threw his weight behind Ruto's arch-rival, Raila Odinga. Whete he had been promised to retain his CS job should Raila win
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