The tension between Uhuru Kenyatta and the deputy president's allies have now intensified as reports emerge on what the current president is planning on doing to his deputy president William Ruto. According to the latest news sources, Uhuru Kenyatta is planning on spilling the beans on his deputy president in his anticipated visit to his home background. Uhuru Kenyatta is allegedly going to advise his backyard on the way forward come the 2022 presidential race and which party his community should not vote for.
Allies of the deputy president William Ruto have come out strongly against the president and warned him against speaking badly against his deputy president to make people think badly about William Ruto. The president is expected to get into the elections field where many people have predicted that he will be supporting the former prime minister as he plans to come to an end in his ten-year rule in the country.
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