Image Courtesy : Justin Muturi
As 2022 election is approaching, a lot of drama is taking place in the political arena. Shifting of political allegiances, loyalties , betrayals among formation of coalition to help leaders achieve their permanent interests of search of power.
Deputy President William Ruto is among the aspirants vying for country's top job to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta who is exiting office next year. He's been going round the country building his political muscles by making allies with different leaders. He's been targeting much on vote-rich region, and for fact we can admit that he has gained a lot in the region.
However, some of the key leaders in Mt. Kenya region are not in his camp. National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi is among those who have declared their presidential bid and they are not support Ruto.
On Monday 6th December 2021, Muturi slammed Ruto by warning Kenyans against electing him in forthcoming general elections. According to Muturi, Ruto should not be trusted with the country with his corruption history.
Image Courtesy: NTV Reports
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