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Opinion: DP Ruto Could be Deeply Regretting About This After What is seen as Jubilee Fall

Moseti99
By Moseti99 | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 0 views

Deputy President William Ruto has been the most favourite to take over as the fifth president of Kenya in 2022. The massive support he is getting all over the country has shown his rivals will have a very tough task of defeating him. All his efforts are being faced by many challenges including which is seemed as betrayal from his boss President Uhuru Kenyatta and also from Jubilee party.

Dp Ruto has been totally being pushed out of Jubilee and even those who are aligned to him are being punished by either being expelled from the party or scrapped of some duties. Among those faced disciplinary actions are nominated senators Millicent Omanga, Isaac Mwaura, Senate Chief whip Irungu Kang'ata among others.

Last week president Uhuru Kenyatta came out clearing daring his deputy to either step down if he couldn't support the government. Ruto's regret could be his actions of breaking his URP party to form the Jubilee Coalition with President Uhuru's TNA by then. In 2013 general elections Uhuru and Ruto used the TNA and URP parties respectively to win the election but later they decided to merge and form a coalition. Right now he's forced to form another party if he'll decide to leave Jubilee but his destination is known as he is seemed to be aligned to the new UDA party.

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