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Former Ruto Ally Alleges Ruto's Biggest Weakness, That Makes Him Seem Like A Dictator

Deputy President William Ruto has been given many labels with corruption and dictatorship now being associated with the him.


According to Ruto's former ally in Kipruto Arap Kirwa, Ruto has a set of particular characteristics that may make him seek like a dictator in the eyes of others.


Arap Kirwa, served as one of Ruto's closest aides during his time as UDA vice chairperson, before defecting to join Azimio la Umoja coalition after a discussion with NARC leader Martha Karua.


Hence, during a recent interview, the former UDA vice chairperson revealed that he took some time to understand Ruto during their time together.


Kirwa, noted some weaknesses. He revealed that Ruto had too much belief in himself. He went on to add that the Deputy President believed in himself excessively such that it was sometimes difficult for him to accommodate other people's opinions.


"Ruto believes in himself too much." "At times he does not feel like other people have an opinion." "That is what I said is the precipitation of the character of a dictator." Arap Kirwa said.

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The Azimio movement as well as former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo have both associated dictatorship with Ruto or his running mate Rigathi Gachagua.

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