The star newspaper has today reported that Deputy President Willam Ruto has now changed his alleged political strategy ahead of the upcoming 2022 general election, something that political analysts and pundits have interpreted as a way of trying to present himself as a National leader contrary to his enemies.
According to the news by the local newspaper, it is know reported that the second in command has now dropped his close allies from the Ritvalley region, ending months of speculation as to why likes of Oscar Sudi, Calen Kositany can't be heard anymore.
But responding to the news, Soy Member of Parliament Hon Calen Kositany has now said that he doesn't have any issue of being either kicked out, demoted, or when relieved of his duties as far as Ruto's 2022 Presidential Bid is concerned. Caleb while responding to the question of why or what Ruto is thinking by dropping his close allies has argued that there is no problem with that because it's a normal realignment.
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