Kenyan Politics seems to be interesting as Deputy president William Ruto and his boss that is President Uhuru Kenyatta seems not to be in good terms. In almost every event or a political rally, the two leaders must always attack each other.
The main problem is just Building bridges innitiative which have been passed in almost every county exclusive of Baringo and Nandi county. According to the Deputy president, he claims that their is no need of changing the Constitution. He added Kenyans need food and anything meaningful that can change their lives.
Speaking at Trans- Nzoia county today, Deputy president William Ruto Ruto said that he doesn't have time with tribal Politics. He insisted that there will be no tribal Politics comes general election. He requested those political leaders who will be seeking various positions to stay away from tribalism but rather should tell Kenyans ( Hustler's) how they're going to benefit through their leadership incase they are elected.
In your own opinion, do you think Ruto will make to State House comes 2022.
Drop Yes for Ruto and No for Raila in the comment section. Let's go.
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