Another Orange Democratic Movement Party Warrior has today revealed that the political fallout between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Ruto will cost the hustler Nationa Chief his 2022 Presidency.
Taking to his Twitter account handle, Abuga Makori has likened the 2022 Election with what happened as far as Nairobi County Elections ate concerned. While William Ruto was so much prepared to face the handshake candidate, the Government through the use of independent institutions has thwarted any decision to conduct the Byelection, leaving William Ruto in total confusion.
"Picking a fight with Uhuru is the worst mistake DP Ruto did. You can see Ruto's allies like Sonko are now abusing H. E Uhuru. The president is not a lame duck. He showed you in Nairobi. I do not doubt that he will show you in 2022," Abuga Said.
On several occasions, William Ruto has openly fought his boss with the latest incident being yesterday where the man from Sugoi castigated Uhuru Over his tribal remarks regarding the 2022 Presidential politics.
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