The reason why Deputy president William Ruto's support base keeps growing every single day while his opponents keeps stagnating, is because opponents abandoned building themselves politically and concentrated in talking about the Deputy president and trying all means to discredit him.
In politics, if you don't work hard to get a big support, you will never get a seat.
The Deputy president also have a great mind politically, that's why sometime back, senator from Siaya called him professor of politics. He knows how to play politics very well.
The Deputy president also trust his lieutenants so much and always give them a big support in order to spread the hustler narrative movement and the bottom up approach model of reviving the economy of Kenya.
Another reason that has made the Deputy president William Ruto base support to grow is because he trust God and goes to church every Sunday.
The Deputy president William Ruto also loves helping the needy.
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