With only 37 days to the August general elections, politicians have been intensifying their campaigns in different regions on a vote-hunting mission.
Today, in a popular journal there was some interesting news that the Kenya Kwanza flag bearer William Ruto intends to prosecute his boss Uhuru Kenyatta in August if he wins the August polls.
However, William Ruto has withheld his argument claiming that they are on different sides with his boss Uhuru Kenyatta. He has asserted that his boss is backing his opponent Raila Odinga which brings the real competition.
He has further affirmed that he has no motive for his boss Uhuru Kenyatta and therefore he should step aside and leave him and Raila Odinga to compete.
Kenya Kwanza Coalition has always claimed that Uhuru Kenyatta is supporting Raila Odinga a lot in that he aspires to succeed him as the next president.
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