Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto is fighting against time as he tries to strategise against his competitors ahead of the fourth coming general elections to be held next year. He ripped big yesterday when Amani National Congress party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi decided to join hands with him and promised to form a Coalition, something that marked the end of OKA.
But DP William Ruto has received a morning lecture from his close ally. According to blogger Edward Waswa Kisiang'ani, he warned DP William Ruto against chest thumping after hurting other people. This might cost him dearly. So far, Wiper Kenya Democratic Movement party leader Hon Kalonzo Musyoka and KANU party leader Senator Gideon Moi are the victims after being betrayed by Hon Musalia Mudavadi who was easily wowed by DP William Ruto.
"Some lessons from yesterday's earthquake at Bomas:
1) Honour the promises you give those who help you in life. Don't play games
2) Never think that you are special and invincible. Sense of entitlement is a disease.
3) Don't do chest-thumping. after you have hurt other people." Tweeted by blogger Edward Waswa Kisiang'ani
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