They say, politics is a dirty game and anything can happen. It is not surprising that people who were once the best of best friends becomes the worst of enemies. The relationship between the deputy president and his boss has continued to become narrower each day. They say, the king always destroys the kings maker and perhaps this might be reason behind all this differences between the president and his deputy.
Professor Makau Mutua has come up with a statics about the Kenya's vice presidents that is really surprising. His statistics reveals that all Kenyas vice president and deputy president except for Wamalwa Kijana and Moody Awori have always had a strenuous relationship with their boss or fallen out.
He also alleges that some resigned while others were fired outright.One enduerd but none was ever endorsed to be the successor to their superior. This is a cursed seat. This statics ives the deputy presidents reasons to stay strong.
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