Good News to Ruto Over Impeachment Motion After Latest News Reveals This About Tuju And Sifuna
By DAVIDNTHUA578 | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 9224 views
Deputy President Dr William Ruto on Sunday received major victory over his anticipated impeachment motion after fresh reports reveal why it failed terribly.
According to the reports by the standard, The impeachment Motion whipping was acquainted by the suspicion of its downfall. MPs from other parties, including those painfully reluctant to him, got cold feet.
Both Jubilee secretary general Raphael Tuju and his ODM counterpart Edwin Sifuna turned away from the impeachment move.
Additionally, Insiders have nevertheless contended that such a motion to oust Ruto would impose numbers which the advocates could not easily mobilize.
The media station has also reported that the second in command has reassembled his political backyard, ready to shutter any impeachment attempts by the Amani National Congress Party Leadership.
Ruto has already managed to gain support from at least seven political parties, which he expects will back his 2022 presidential bid because it's now more open and clear that it won't be a walk in the park in regards to the Jubilee Party.
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