Vocal analyst Professor Herman Manyora has highly talked of the Deputy President William Ruto and his ability to love masses. In a video the analyst has shared on his You Tube Channel, the Deputy President William Ruto has unrivaled ability to attract masses nit even the former Prime Minister can match. According to professor Herman Manyora, the Deputy President William Ruto has energy, precision and has the ability to make new friends, something Raila Odinga lacks. Herman Manyora has also allegedly said that the Deputy President William Ruto is more generous than Odinga, something that might be drawing masses to him. Manyora has said that Raila Odinga does not give handout and those who come out to see him just do it voluntarily.
"Like I have always said, there are certain things you have to give William Ruto. The energy, the precision, the determination, the singularness of purpose, the ability to make friends and to be generous. You have to give them to Ruto," revealed the political analyst.
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