William Ruto is the country's most followed and talked about politician. Every move he makes is noted, debated and hypothesized besides he is among the few with probable odds of unseating Jomo's son.
Since the unexpected fallout between him and his boss, Ruto has been a 'threat' to the status duo and many are the times they have tried to deflate his wheel in no avail.
Many expect the son of Sugoi to take his boss head on but the doyen has often done the contrary. Addressing his followers today, Ruto has called NASA principals to give the head of state an ample time to work for Kenyans.
NASA which is umbrella that brings Raila Odinga (ODM), Musalia Mudavadi (ANC), Kalonzo Musyoka (Wiper) and Moses Wetangula (Ford-Kenya) wants Uhuru's hand to iron out the differences among themselves.
The aforenamed leaders are said to be warming to face William in 2022 but the latter has dared them to a duel. Ruto's sudden change of tone to support his boss has sure augured well with the later's fanbase.
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