A new twist has emerged ahead of the much anticipated August polls as president Uhuru Kenyatta sends the following Stern warning to Mount Kenya region leaders allied to the deputy president Dr. William Ruto, which Reveals why he cannot be his successor.
According to an insider within president Uhuru Kenyatta inner circle, the commander in chief called upon Rigathi Gachagua, Mwangi Kiunjuri, Kimani Ichungwa, Mithika Linturi among other Mount Kenya region leaders to reconsider their support for DP Ruto's presidential bid claiming that Ruto isn't someone who should be allowed anywhere near power.
The president reportedly added that the people who will be DP Ruto's victims while in power will be those closer to him now.
"Referring to Former AG the Late Charles Njonjo, the president warned that the first victims of DP Ruto's administration will be his closest loyalist. He also advised them to reconsider supporting him before it too late," the insider told the STANDARD NEWSPAPER.
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