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"Sitaki Endorsement Yako," Ruto Tells Off His Boss Uhuru Kenyatta in Kajiado County

Friday 3rd December 2021

While President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday was awarding Nakuru County a charter to be a city, he seemingly endorsed Orange Democratic Movement ( ODM ) leader as his successor in the impending 2022 General elections. The news seemed to have sparked mixed reactions from all corners of political alignments.

It is very clear that the rift between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto is a fallout that is beyond reversible mode and 2022 polls is no longer a puzzle in who the president will endorse for the top seat, one don't need rocket science knowledge to understand this.

Deputy President on Friday 3rd December accompanied by his allies took their campaigns to Kajiado County to drum his presidential bid and bottom up economic model which they pledge to revive the country's wreck economy. Ruto addressing the constituents in Bisil trading center, Kajiado county responds to Uhuru's remarks on 2022 race, Ruto said he is very confident that Kenyans will support him and he don't mind President Uhuru's endorsement since Kenyans are the one to decide their president.

" President Uhuru enjoys his democratic to support and candidate, I don't need his endorsement. Kenyans will have the final say, " Dp Ruto speaking in Kajiado.

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