The deputy president william Samoei Ruto, is eyeing to succeed his boss president Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta. His boss Uhuru Kenyatta who is the leader of Jubilee, left him and joined hands to support the opposition leader Raila Odinga Under Azimio la Umoja.
Ruto is still in is 10 days visit to the United kingdom, United States and Qatar. In his company, he was accompanied by 29 Kenya Kwanza Alliance members. Among those who are seen in the forefront is the leader of ANC Musalia Mudavadi and Adan Duale.
According to a post in the Citizen TV news in Twitter. This morning is a bright morning for the allies to the deputy president.Their hearts is melted with joy. This is after the yesterday meeting in the United States, where the US assured to support for democracy in the forthcoming general election. This is what Kenyans are yearning for and they are a reason to smile.
The post has raised mixed reactions. Here are some of the comments.
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