Deputy president William Ruto is one of the most popular politicians in Kenya, he enjoy massive support from almost all corners of the country. Since 2009, Ruto and Raila have been great critics and have been publicly heard calling themselves unwritable names.
But we all know politics doesn't have permanent friends or enemies. This statement is even confirmed to be true by handshake between Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga who also have never shared the same manifesto as far as politics is concerned, but in 2018 they agreed to work together.
This week, Orange Democratic Movement deputy party leader Wycliffe Oparanya met with Ruto and it is alleged that among what they discussed is the possible alliance towards 2022 general election. It's also remembered that Ruto in few days ago hinted on working with former prime minister Raila Odinga saying they share almost the same view.
Another ODM Ally has confirmed that tomorrow he will meet William Ruto. Hon Alinur Mohammed through his social media accounts said he had a phone talk with Ruto and tommorow they will meet in face for more talk."I had a brief call conversation with Hustler in Chief H.E Deputy president William Ruto." Alinur said. "I will share more after our consultative meeting on Monday at his Karen home." He added.
Does it mean something is cooking between Ruto and ODM? Can the two leaders agree work together? Leave a comment.
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