Deputy President William Ruto allies are currently holding a meeting in Rongai to offer a solution to the current political situation in the country. The meeting coming only days after several UDA meetings across the nation facing police brutality who accused them of holding a political meeting that has been banned by the president.
It is alleged that today’s meeting brought over 100 legislators drawn from the different political divide in a bid to strategize on a way in which Ruto will be popularized in the different regions across the nation towards the next general election.
Other sources revealed that there are plans to also reconcile the deputy president and his boss, Uhuru Kenyatta, in a bid to have him endorse Ruto as the next president of the Republic of Kenya. The meeting was unknown to many Kenyans until Monday afternoon when media houses got wind about the meeting.
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