Before this year's presidential election, he asserts that it is simpler to believe presidential candidate HE. professor George Wajackoyah than it is to believe William Ruto, who is currently the second in command of the Republic of Kenya.
"It's easier to think a python tried to devour Wajackoyah than to trust Ruto." Hon. Edwin Sifuna wrote a letter.
Today, both professor George Wajackoyah and William Ruto, the second-in-command of the Republic of Kenya, launched their presidential manifestos. And some Kenyans claim that George Wajackoyah could be a spoiler for William Ruto, the second-in-command of the republic of Kenya, ahead of this year's presidential elections.
Now it's a matter of waiting and watching to see if Raila Odinga or William Ruto will succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta after the general elections on August 9.
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