The current deputy president William Ruto has now launched attacks on his political rivals ahead of the upcoming presidential race. While spreading his agenda ahead of 2022, William Ruto attacked his competitors whom he termed as not political strong to give him a tough challenge ahead of the upcoming general elections. The deputy president specifically attacked Kalonzo Musyoka whom he disclosed that he has gone home to take care of cows after the nasty fall out with Raila Odinga.
On the other side, Kalonzo Musyoka who is a critic of the deputy president William Ruto has since started showing signs of getting back to Raila Odinga's camp. This happened after he previously failed to get elected into the running mate position by Raila Odinga something that angered him and forced him to declare that he was running for the presidency on his ticket ahead of 2022. The presidential race is currently a two-horse race between William Ruto and Raila Odinga.
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