Deputy President William Ruto has made a name for himself in the political arena and his witty approach on matters of politics has mesmerized many. From his supporters to his opponents, Ruto maintains a calm posture at all times even when he seems to be in turbulence.
The second in command who is looking to as ecsend to the top seat on August has continued to hit the road running as he Seeks support from across the country. What has however left his opponents mouth open especially in the just concluded running mate selection is the unity that has been witnessed among the leaders and moreso the coalition partners.
Despite the hullabaloo that surrounded the whole excercise, Ruto maintained a strong face and his allied principals remained intact. Following this display, blogger Abraham Mutai has reacted to this where he questioned what type of glue does the DP uses to keep them intact, silent, submissive and less divisive.
"What kind of glue is William Ruto using to keep his coalition partners silent, submissive and less divisive? Even when they are OPENLY short-changed, they don't shout. Kindiki Kithure walked away silently. Man has gone silent since." Abraham Mutai posted.
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