DP William Ruto: The Reason Why Jubilee Was Destroyed Was To Stop Me From Ascending To Power
The 2022 politics is currently the talk of almost every Kenyan apart from those who do not like politics. William Ruto and Raila are in the headlines of newspapers and stations whenever they mention anything to do with 2022. The two presidential candidates are termed as the top contestants and they command huge followings. However, they don't see eye to eye.
Uhuru Kenyatta and Rails Odinga came up with BBI through the famous handshake back in 2022. The deal was to change the constitution to have a prime minister and two deputies. However, William Ruto opposed the proposals until the court quashed the changes and declared the process null and void.
Uhuru Kenyatta has been rooting for a come back of NASA where Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi, and Moses Wetangula are in one camp for one reason, which is to win the polls. But the four principals have not agreed who should be a flagbearer.
The deputy president has said that he is not afraid of the coalition as he is ready to beat them combined. He has been selling his hustler narrative and telling Kenyans to elect him because he comes from humble background. He has also been saying that the legacy they made with Uhuru Kenyatta of building roads, connecting people with power, and building g railway is what will make people to elect him one more.
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