With the country hurtling towards 2022 General Elections, political telescopes are aimed at William Ruto whose future looks luminous. Ruto is among those who have declared their readiness to take over from Uhuru Kenyatta.
The just concluded Kiambaa By-elections was perceived as litmus between UhuRuto who fell out years ago. The duo were expected to work together for twenty years but that is on the edge of becoming an illusion.
As pro-Ruto's brigade continue chest-thumbing for flooring Jubilee Party in his own turf, Migori Senator Ochillo Ayacko has chided William and his stalwarts to brace themselves for fireworks in 2022 presidential race.
Oyacko was speaking today in Nyanza and has 'thanked' United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party for reawakening Jubilee party. The self-styled law maker has said that its time for Uhuru Kenyatta to mend holes and serve his deputy the dose of his life.
Kieni MP Kanini Kega has since challenged the party's top tier leaders to willingly resign before they are kicked out. His declaration targets David Murathe and Raphael Tuju who have been running the party.
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