Speaker of the National assembly honourable Justin Muturi has today ignited tension in the United democratic Alliance party UDA. Muturi has revealed that, the deputy president William Ruto is likely to kick out all Mount Kenya leaders allied to UDA who are campaigning for him if he becomes the next president of the Republic of Kenya.
Speaker Muturi has warned the residents of Mount Kenya not to vote for the deputy president in the next year's general election as he will betray them as soon as he becomes the president.
Muturi being one of the presidential candidates he has urged Mount Kenya residents to vote for him because he is the best choice that has never been in the government like the deputy president
This is coming at a time when, the deputy president is traversing all counties in Kenya in an effort to gather more votes that will ensure he succeeds retiring president Uhuru Kenyatta in the next year's polls.
Do you really think deputy President William Ruto will kick out his close allies from the government if it becomes the next president?
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