Today the Kenyan deputy president William Samoei Ruto shifted his presidential bid campaigns at Machakos County. He was accompanied by a number of United Democratic Alliance party political leaders, all the way from senators, women representatives and members of national assembly.
According to Kenyans.co.ke, today Ruto comes clean on the reason he left Raila before they split to different political parties. According to him, he helped Raila until he became the Prime Minister and later discovered that he does not love God. He got tired and left him for Kalonzo to fill the gap. Ruto sarcastically adds that Kalonzo has pushed him until his hairline nowadays is receding.
DP Ruto has addresed this few months after Raila Odinga explained the same thing last year concerning why he fired Ruto due to insatiable appetite for public resources according to him. This is during the time they were working together in coalition government.
What's your view on Ruto-Raila political relationship?
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