It's A Union To Tame Ruto, Details Of Yesterday's State House Meeting Revealed
By 254officialnews.com | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 12614 views
The political marriage between the Deputy President William Ruto and his boss President Uhuru Kenyatta is no longer. Everybody is now on his own way, where the president is using another political party (UDA) in his journey to 2022 polls.
The president is now officially making every effort to ensure that the Deputy President William Ruto has no chance of ascending to State House in 2022.
He has decided to bring all the other top political parties on board to set up strong plans to bring down the DP with his hustler nation narrative.
Yesterday, the president held a meeting with the ODM, ANC, Wiper, KANU, Ford Kenya and Maendeleo Chap Chap parties officials. Where they discussed more on their plans ahead of 2022 general elections.
The details of the meeting has been revealed out by Kitui Governor Mrs Charity Ngilu who was one of the attendants. On an interview with Daily Nation, Ngilu said that they discussed more on how they are are going to form one wide coalition that will specifically ensure the DP is not winning any by-election and the 2022 polls. Here is here the details about the yesterday's State House meeting.
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