From what has been going on in our country's politics, it implies that Jubilee has been in coalition talks with ODM (Raila Odinga) since 2018 and President Uhuru Kenyatta and his brigade has been going around accusing DP william Ruto of abandoning president? It is now clear that some people have been playing with kenyans mind.
Sometimes I wonder how these politicians behave. You are the government, you rule but you struggle so much to form a coalition with opposition, why? What for? The president should come clean about his stand and the promises he made to his Dp William Ruto, "yangu kumi yako kumi" before 2017 election.
DP Ruto is the only man in this Country's history who has been FOUGHT by State and has WITHSTOOD the FIGHT for over 3yrs. Infact, OPPOSITION and Govt have DESPERATELY joined hands to FIGHT him. Raila Odinga, Mudavadi, Gideon Moi and Kalonzo are NO MATCH for him. He is the man of the moment and Kenyan should do justice to him by rewarding him.
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