According to Manyora, Ruto appeared to be of less energy and steamed off as opposed to his usual vibrant and heated politicking as he was being interview by Citizen TV last Thursday in his Karen home. Manyora further explains that Ruto is much more worried about the success of his bid to ascend to the Presidency owing to many factors like the Mt. Kenya vote, President Uhuru's support, and ground soldiers like Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa unsubscribing from the tanga tanga led brigade.
Manyora says the above factors now make him believe COTU (Central Organization of Trade Union) secretary general Francis Atwoli's prophecy, that the deputy president might not be in the ballot come 2022. Will that happen? It is a wait and see!
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