Relationship between Deputy President William Ruto and His boss President Uhuru Kenyatta took a huge turn causing panic among Kenyans. With the current situation, it seems the two have decided to go their separate ways. Uhuru has been seen launching different projects in Kenya without his deputy Ruto and this has been making Ruto supporters angry.
(Photo| Uhuru And Ruto)
Uhuru once announced publicly that he will not support Ruto because he does not owe anyone a political debt. Ruto quickly responded by saying that he supported Uhuru unconditionally during 2013 and 2017 election.
(Photo| Ruto And Raila)
With Uhuru and Ruto relationship taking a big turn, Kenyans have been wondering if William Ruto can be the next President of Kenya even without Uhuru Kenyatta's endorsement. Few days ago, Ruto said that Raila is the only competitor come next general election.
Below are Kenyans thoughts and opinion on whether Ruto can be the next President of Kenya without Uhuru's endorsement in screenshots.
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