Over time, the president of the republic of Kenya hon Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta have been engaging on a silent war with his deputy, Dr William Ruto. The two leaders picked these wars after their sudden fallout in the Jubilee party soon after the 2018 handshake. Since then, the two leaders have been reading from two different books.
Now, today, president Uhuru Kenyatta is reported to have made a bold move in Mount Kenya that might be a huge blow to DP Ruto expecially on his 2022 presidential ambitions. As reported by the Kenyans.co.ke, Uhuru has directed his allies from the central region to meet and discuss the growing influence of DP Ruto in the region and how it will be countered.
According to these reports, Uhuru with is camp are determined to finish DP Ruto's influence in Mount Kenya region which is known to be one of the vote-rich regions in the country. Uhuru's allies will later on inform the head of state on how to end DP Ruto's growing influence on this region.
This will be a blow to DP Ruto who is known to be much dependent on the Mount Kenya region for him to clinch to the country's presidency.
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