Jubilee Party Secretary-General, Raphael Tuju, Jubilee Party Vice-chairman, David Murathe, and Central Organisation of Trade Unions (COTU) Secretary-General, Francis Atwoli, are among senior state officers who are opposed to DP Ruto’s ascension to the throne in 2022.
The three leaders have been having boardroom meetings to plan on how to stop Ruto from succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022. This is a move that has been giving DP Ruto's allies a very hard time to know what exactly is cooking among their opponents.
Speaking about Ruto’s government in 2022, Sudi, who is a close ally of the second in command, said the incoming government will not tolerate boardroom affairs since Kenyans have suffered for a very long time and they long for better leadership.
He further urged Atwoli, Murathe, and Tuju to ensure that they have enough savings since they will have no place in Ruto’s government. Meanwhile, DP Ruto has continued to promise the public that he very prepared to face the tough battle ahead and beat Raila in broad light.
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