Through his Twitter account, Manyora has analyst the recent unfolding of events especially in the central kenya to conclude that all is not well for the deputy president William Ruto.
He gave an example of the demands raised in the recent meeting by the Ruto's allies from the mountain. It was Alleged that the Rigathi led team submitted some demands to the deputy president William Ruto which were deemed tough though not confirmed.
In his views Manyora also cited that it will be very difficult for the deputy president William Ruto to form a government without the Support of president Uhuru Kenyatta. He termed it as an uphill task. "Kikuyu are finally leaving Ruto. And there's nodoubt about that" Manyora said.
This was however Criticized by some Kenyans who told him that this time he got it all wrong. Here are some of the reactions. What's your take on this. Kindly share your thoughts and follow for more updates.
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