Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto is fast losing ground in the vote rich Mt Kenya Region where a few months ago he was the talk of the region. But after Hon Raila Amolo Odinga's official declaration, DP William Ruto's popularity is and influence is no longer a big deal in the region. This is something for him to worry given that the fourth coming general elections to be held in August this year is around the corner.
DP William Ruto has received yet another disturbing and very worrying news from the vote rich Mt Kenya Region. According to a Citizen TV Kenya, Nyeri County Deputy Governor Caroline Karugu delivered a message from her late mother as she said that she told her that it is not yet time for DP William Ruto to become the fifth President.
"My mother had a message for Deputy President William Ruto; “It is not yet your turn, it's Baba’s turn...” - Nyeri Deputy Governor Caroline Karugu." Tweeted by Citizen TV Kenya
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