With the sudden stop of Reggae ‘Dance' by the High Court ruling, things might change that would most likely go Ruto way.
Ruto has been against the BBI bill brought by his Boss and his handshake brother, Hon. Raila Odinga.
Currently, when the bill was rejected by the High Court and termed unconstitutionally, the DP show his happiness and thanked God for Loving Kenya immeasurable.
He was against UhuruRaila handshake from the beginning that saw him rub his shoulder with his Boss hence moving different paths to date.
Ruto formed the UDA party that is doing well nationally sending early warning to his boss. Just yesterday he defeated the Jubilee candidate in Juja and performed much better than Jubilee in Bonchari.
The appeal of BBI might not go well with President that might see him abandon his brother Raila for Ruto.
Now that the political future of Ruto is brighter day by day, and according to his age, he might remain politically active longer than the older Raila, hence, Uhuru is likely to find refuge in Ruto's Camp for him to remain politically relevant.
Therefore, UhuRuto ‘Kumi-Kumi is coming.
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