The political landscape across the country is heightening. Its now clear that deputy president William Ruto will be battling with former prime minister Raila Odinga. Though, Ruto has been facing tough times from his opponents and government. This has even led to verbal attack from his boss President Uhuru who told him to resign if not satisfied.
The jubilee secretary general Raphael Tuju pressured more pain to the deputy president when he came into public and asked him to give out the KRA payments from his huge earnings. There are plans underway to scrap Ruto off from jubilee as the deputy party leader.
Embakasi North mp James Gakuyo has now revived another heart giving hope to hustler supporters. He said that the my Kenya region will have many parties but they will vote for William Ruto on the presidential seat.
"Tutakua na vyama vingi mlima Kenya, lakini katika kura ya urais tutampa Williams Ruto." Mp Gakuya said.
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