It's no longer a secret that the Deputy President is a man in trouble following recent events that have threatened to swindle his 2022 Chances. His time at Jubilee party looks to be coming to an end after the Man from. Sugoi Leaked a sneak Pic into his plans ahead of the 2022 general elections.
According to the Deputy President, there are people who have been looking to change the Jubilee party from a national one to a tribal party that will be represented by regional kingpins.
Ruto outlined how they had planned to use the Jubilee party to unite Kenyans in the near future.
According to Ruto, the UDA Party will be a force to reckon with in 2022.
Ruto cited his 2022 plan includes doing away with tribal regional leaders who have been dividing Kenyans for years. According to Ruto, he plans to make sure UDA can field a candidate from every section of the political divide in the country. Video.
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