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What's Likely To Happen To People Who Funded Ruto's Campaign

According to the prognostication of analyst Danstan Omari, President William Ruto will treat his campaign contributors in the same manner that he treats his allies.

Ruto is seen as remaining close to the people who supported him in his bid for the president, particularly given the fact that some of them have been appointed to ministerial and other prominent government positions.

According to Omari, in order for a person to demonstrate their gratitude for the financial sacrifices made on their behalf in support of one of his efforts, that person should be required to keep tight ties with the people who backed that campaign.

He thinks that these persons will be placed in a position, similar to how it was in the past, to have easy access to the Head of State.

They will also have an immense amount of influence under Ruto's rule, he says, despite the fact that some of them might not be able to gain legal positions or jobs in the government.

When he is running the country on a day-to-day basis, he is required to take all of these factors into consideration. Those who supported the hustling movement financially contributed to several campaigns. When he is in charge of administering the government, he will adhere scrupulously to all of the regulations. According to the attorney who spoke to the Sunday Nation, the defendant is required to pay attention to those individuals who supported his election to the highest position and funded his political campaigns.

In addition, he has predicted that some well-known people who are close to Deputy Prime Minister William Ruto will make enormous profits, particularly those who have worked closely with him for a significant amount of time.

Among the people he has listed are David Chirchir, who is running for the position of Energy Cabinet Secretary, Kithure Kindiki, who is running for the position of Interior, and Gladys Shollei, who is a woman lawmaker from Uasin Gishu.

There is a cabinet for every kitchen appliance imaginable. They could be hidden within or on the outside of the cabinet. The attorney goes on to say that there are people like this in the cabinet that Ruto is forming.

It is predicted that Kipchumba Murkomen, who has been nominated for the role of secretary of transport, Farouk Kibet, and economist David Ndii will each hold major power in the administration of Deputy President William Ruto.

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