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Plans by the ruling party to ouster the deputy party leader

President Uhuru Kenyatta has made a move that is aimed to kick out his deputy William Ruto from the ruling party. The president and his deputy don't seem to be reading from the same script since the famous hand shake.

Jubilee officials have called the national delegates conference and kick out members who have been disloyal to the party and give guidelines on grassroot elections in 2022. The secretary General Rafael Tuju has said that the delegates meeting notice have been given in two weeks. The agenda of the meetings seems to be mainly expelling the members who have been affiliating themselves with the UDA that is lead by Ruto.

Ruto has been conducting a series of campaigns in the whole country and anytime he speaks, he attacks the president indirectly and his handshake counterpart Raila Odinga.

Allies of the president have publicly said that the president is keen on who he should leave this country to. They have vowed not to leave this country to corrupt leaders and 'thieves'.

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