Deputy President William Ruto has been under intense pressure from Kenyans on why he has not been supporting the Building Bridges Initiative BBI that was co-founded by ODM party leader Raila Odinga and president Uhuru Kenyatta. The second in command has been seen by political analyst as one who is trying to outdo the president in his quest for a better and peaceful country.
DP William Ruto
Ruto has been going around the country and telling Kenyans on how the BBI will fail and how it is meant to create positions for top leaders. He has also been calling on Kenyans to adopt the hustlers narrative plus the sweet changes that it means to bring to common mwanainchi and mama mbogas.
But to his surprise, MCA's across the country this week unanimously voted in the bill claiming the bill meant well for everyone. The bill was passed by over three quarters of county assemblies something which caused a change of mind to Ruto. Today during a visit in Nandi county, Ruto has towed down his claims and told citizens that he will work with any constitution that the people will pass.
His statements comes just a day after president Uhuru Kenyatta held a meeting with party leaders at state house Nairobi. Ironically Ruto was missing the event which created a lot of online mixed reactions.
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