"Tuonane Kule Mbele!," William Ruto's Latest Post on Tweeter
By MinuteNews | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 0 views
The country at the moment is so much heightened on the 2022 succession politics and Building Bridges Initiative, with leaders aspiring to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta criss-crossing the country looking for support to strengthen their political bases ahead of bruising 2022 elections. DP Ruto has been attending rallies while Raila and his allies have been drumming support for BBI.
Today, Dp Ruto was in Isiolo. After a busy day in campaigns, the DP took to his twitter account and posted something that has raised alot of eyebrows. He posted about a messaging service that sends breaking news, that he has unsubscribed. Underneath it is UDA's slogan 'Kazi na Kazi',
"Dear Subscriber, you have successfully unsubscribed from 21411_News_Breaking_News/5sms.Tuonane kule mbele.Kazi Ni Kazi,"Dp Ruto posted.
His encrypted post raises concerns after President Uhuru and his allies dared him to resign instead of attacking the government he is part of. Has the DP decided to resign?
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