After spending much of his campaign period fighting with his boss outgoing President Uhuru Kenyatta, President elect William Ruto was finally elected by Kenyans to become the 5th Head of State and as things seem to be, that move didn't bother Uhuru who up to now hasn't spent his time to congratulate him.
On his part, William Ruto has already been acting presidential with a series of meetings even though his bitter rival Raila Odinga has been hinting of filling a petition at the Supreme Court. Ruto has never been bothered by that and instead he has been luring many independent leaders to join his camp in a bid to strengthen himself ahead of his swearing in ceremony.
While that is the case, today all the independent and other politicians who have been rushing to endorse and join William Ruto's camp have been given a scare after Robert Alai dropped his latest remarks.
Through his official twitter account, Robert Alai claimed that all those politicians who have been rushing to endorse William Ruto will have the biggest regrets ever. Account to Alai, it is just a matter of time before they will see that.
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