The bad political blood between president Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Samoei Ruto is still growing a lit of concern amongst many Kenyans.
There have been several attempts by religious leaders to reconcile the two top leaders especially at this time the country is heading to much awaited general elections in ten months time.
Speaking on KTN News Checkpoint last night, celebrated lawyer and publisher Ambrose Weda Otieno said that it is the president who sidelined his deputy and allowed other people especially from the opposition to come in.
"President Uhuru Kenyatta jilted his deputy. Whatever happened, let him write a book do that we can read when he leaves office," he said.
He further predicted that by December 2022, the deputy president William Ruto will take on president Uhuru Kenyatta as an opposition.
"There is nothing to negotiate. Come December 2021, deputy president William Ruto will take on president Uhuru as an opposition," he predicted.
This followed another prediction that he issued few months ago that by August this year the deputy president William Ruto will be bolder compared to all his opponents.
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