Time is running out among the political class and secrets are coming out clearly. The presidential candidates continue takig the country by storm and 2022 leaders can't keep there cool. DP William Ruto and Hon. Raila Odinga continue takig each other head on despite working closely back in 2007.
The battle between Raila Odinga and DP William Ruto Is a payback and Raila Odinga feels Ruto betrayed him after he choose to work with president Uhuru Kenyatta. Ruto on his side feels itis Raila who played him after going for the handshake with President Uhuru Kenyatta on 2018.
The two leaders continue takig each other head on and with 2022 general elections nearing, Angry Raila Odinga lectured DP William Ruto from bragging that he made him prime minister. According to Hon. Raila Odinga stated that team work is what made him get Rifty Valley Votes and not DP William Ruto. According to Raila warned DP William Ruto stating that his Hustler kingdom is just like a needle in the sea and it will go nowhere without team work.
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