Vocal Kiminini Member Of Parliament Chris Wamalwa has revealed what is likely to happen to the Deputy President William Ruto if he give in to those pressuring him to resign. Chris Wamalwa was speaking at Citizen TV on Monday morning alongside Senator Linturi, Beatrice Elachi, Caleb Kositany and ODM Party Secretary General Edwin Sifuna. Wamalwa went ahead to explain that the resignation of the Deputy President William Ruto from the seat tho holds will make him very vulnerable. Wamalwa maintains that Ruto will resign when the time is right to get sympathy and mileage.
"What is happening to Uhuru and Ruto is what happened in NASA coalition. When Ruto resign he's going to be very vulnerable and he cannot go that way. Uhuru Kenyatta has very sharp advisor who told him to pretend in first term like he doesn't know what was going on, so as to get the second term. After the second term after the DP had delivered the votes, President Uhuru started saying he's the boss now, and so many changes were brought in Parliament," Said Chris Wamalwa.
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