Dr Mukhisa Kituyi, one of the Politicians who have shown interest in 2022 presidential seat has revealed how they (handshake team) are unknowingly popularise deputy president William Ruto who has also shown interest in presidential seat.
Taking to his facebook page, Dr Mukhisa Kituyi claims that if they don't change how they are carrying out their Politics, then Dp William Ruto will win the hearts of majority and at last becomes president. Mukhisa calls for a change warning of Ruto's bad leadership."If we continue with the way we are handling our politics, we might end up subjecting William Ruto to have control of the people and definitely we nourish bad leadership which will be realised immediately after conclusion of election," said Dr Mukhisa.
It is now claer that each and every day Jubilee fights deputy president, he wins sympathy from Kenyans hence making him famous. In the just concluded by-election, Ruto's canditates garnered more votes as compared to Jubilee, something that further explained Mukhisa's statement.
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