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Big Win For Ruto as He Wins a Case Where He Was to Be Kicked Out Of Office

According to a latest development, the kenyan High Court has dismissed a case seeking to oust DP Ruto over alleged neglect of duty.

According to the court the move to oust deputy president William Ruto is a political process reserved for Parliament.

Most of Dp Ruto rivals have been seeking and pushing for his removal from office after he fell off with the president Uhuru kenyatta.

After the infamous Raila - Uhuru handshake Ruto fell off with the president with leaders who were previously in opposition blasting him for not performing his duties as required by the law.

The Azimio wing to be specific said he was being paid for nothing ans that his job was to go around the country playing politics other than trying to help the president Uhuru kenyatta.

During a rally in Kiambu yesterday, Raila Odinga revealed that deputy president William Ruto's duties were given to Interior cabinet secretary doctor Fred Matiang'i.

Ruto has been blasting the president and his allies for giving out his responsibilities to several leaders leaving him with nothing to do.

Ruto has even accused the president and his new ally Raila Odinga of being the reason behind increased cost of living.

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