The deputy president William and his boss Uhuru Kenyatta will meet tomorrow in parliament during the state of the nation adress. Among the leaders who will accompany the president to parliament is the deputy president William Ruto.
It's already clear president Uhuru Kenyatta will be addressing the state of the nation tomorrow. He will be welcomed into parliament by speaker Justin Muturi and Kenneth Lusaka but will officially be received by DP Ruto in the parliament buildings.
The differences between Uhuru and his deputy William Ruto has seen the two leaders move separate ways with Uhuru seemingly backing Odinga against him. However it's clear as things stand DP Ruto has proved himself a wave not easy to stop moving forward.
Kenyans will be waiting to see of what will unfold tomorrow when this two top most leaders meet owing they have moved separately long ago. However it's a fact this differences are hurting the country as Uhuru is seen as backing Odinga through government machineries against his deputy William Ruto.
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