It is now true that the Kenyan politics is now becoming much hotter and alarming ahead of the august elections.The deputy president William Ruto has been much determined to ensure that he succeeds president Uhuru Kenyatta with all means possible.Today analyst Herman Manyora has said that Ruto is currently undergoing unending troubles that he should greatly focus on so that he can win the august elections.
He added that the current tension in Kenya Kwanza more so from the mount Kenya region is likely to shift in favour of Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition party.It is just few days ago when the presidential aspirants unveiled their preferred running mates but is seems things have changed.
It is now true that the possibility of Raila ascending to power is now much hotter as opposed to deputy president William Ruto.The Raila-Karua Wave and new manifestos on corruption cases have really brought in more and varied reactions among Netizens.
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