The deputy president of Kenya hon William Ruto is one of the political leaders in the country who are known to be having a good number of political allies. He has a support from almost all the corners of the country and he is continuing making another friends as he prepares himself for 2022 presidential race.
Now, today, the deputy president of Kenya hon William Ruto held a consultative meeting with his allies from riftvalley region. It comprised of, governors, senators and members of parliament. It was during this meeting where they declared that they were ready for reconciliation with President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Now, after the meeting, photos emerged showing that an ODM governor was also among those leaders who attended the meeting. As seen from the photos shared by hon Dominic Koskei, the member of parliament for sotik constituency, governor Josphat Nanok was among the attendants.
His presence in the meeting raises some questions about his Political plans. There is a high possibility that he may have decided to join William Ruto's camp. Now, what do you think about this decision by Nanok to attend DP Ruto's meeting yet he is an ODM member? Drop your view.
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