President Uhuru Kenyatta, ODM Party Leader Hon. Raila Odinga, and the Azimio-One Kenya coalition have all been informed by Cherengany Member of Parliament Hon. Joshua Kutuny that Deputy President William Ruto no longer has control over the Rift Valley region and that he is confident the former prime minister will win the 5 Million votes in the area in the general election in August 2022.
According to a report published exclusively by The Nation Media Group, Hon. Kutuny has also downplayed media reports and claimed that he is concerned about Ruto's most recent announcement (to have non-UDA candidates voted out), adding that he still plans to support President Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee Party in the region.
Finally, Hon. Kutuny concluded his criticism of the second-in-command by asserting that the Kenya Kwanza's decision to support Raila's 2022 presidential campaign for the first time was influenced by political blackmail, con games, and chest-thumping.
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