Popular Political Analyst, Harman Manyora, now claims that all TangaTanga supporters are yet to ditch Ruto soon. In a video he shared in his Twitter account, Manyora says Ruto's political journey will end in less than a month when Kikuyus leave him saying Mt Kenya is the main political base of deputy president."Kikuyus are finally leaving William Ruto. And there is no doubt about that." Said Harman Manyora.
This comes few days after Mt Kenya TangaTanga legislators demands a negotiation with William Ruto in order to know the benefits they will get as a region from Ruto's leadership.
After 2017 elections, president Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga entered into a political agreement in what is famously known as handshake, this handshake caused division in Jubilee party one section supporting president Uhuru's move and other supporting deputy president. Ruto managed to get a larger section of supporters from the party in even in Jubilee's stronghold region including Mt Kenya, but if Manyora's allegation is anything to go by, then Ruto has to go back to drawing board to strategize on how he will maintain his Kikuyus support.
Click the link below to watch Manyora's full explanation.
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