Deputy President William Ruto is among the top leaders who are focused to replace President Uhuru Kenyatta. As we approach the next general elections, political leaders have been on move to gain popularity.
All is not well with the deputy president William Ruto's camp. As posted by ODM's director of communications, Etale has posted a video representing some ally from Mount Kenya who has spelled doom for Deputy President William Ruto.
According to the video, some legislators from Mount Kenya have revealed that Uhuru Kenyatta is the one who sold DP Ruto in mount Kenya in 2013.
The leader has revealed that they will back Raila Odinga because he has brought more peace and unity to the Nation. Furthermore, President Uhuru Kenyatta has managed to perform many projects after his handshake with Raila Odinga.
This message will be breaking to all hustler's camps. The legislator has also revealed that Moses Kuria and Kimani Ichungwah will not decide to mount Kenya votes.
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