Popular Political analyst Benji Ndolo has fired a warning shot to those wishing to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta at Statehouse that the Deputy President William Ruto is not a man to joke with. The Political analyst was responding to an article by US_based Prof. Makau. According to Benji Ndolo, the Deputy President William Ruto is fighting for the top race aggressively and the rest of presidential hopeful should take caution. Despite senior politicians in the country uniting against him the son of Sugoi is seemingly proving unstoppable, something the analyst say that the power and the determination he has shown is out of this world.
Benji Ndolo says that it's evident that the Deputy President William Ruto is evident that he might be impossible for other candidates to match his vigour and vehemence. The Analyst claims that Ruto is a one man army with all the guts, energy and ambitions that maybe other candidates have not displayed.
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