It's no more secret as a group of leaders pushing President Uhuru not to support his Deputy in the year 2022 comes up with tough conditions against the Second in Command statehouse bid.
Although DP Ruto has been pushing his statehouse bid claiming that despite helping his brother Uhuru cling to the Presidency on two occasions, there is a cabal of politicians who doesn't want him to succeed him dragging the President in the mess.
During DP Ruto's recent visit to Kakamega and Bungoma, the DP hinted that he has been facing tough times in Jubilee Government stating that "I helped my friend Uhuru Kenyatta to become President in the 2013 and 2017 general elections. All these happened in broad daylight. Now, they have teamed up to lock me out of the presidency, claiming my father was a nobody in Kenya..."
But is everything that DP Ruto has said is right? Recently after DP Ruto announced plans to reconcile with his boss to end their long thrived truce. A section of Members of Parliament close to President Uhuru came out gun blazing issuing tough conditions.
Led by Ndaragwa MP Jeremiah Kioni and who has been pushing for Raila Odinga's presidency informed that yes, it's good to reconcile, but on conditions that "DP Ruto must respect his boss, support his big 4 agenda and stop his links with the UDA party."
Kieleweke MP Hon Ngunjiri Wambugu also tore down DP Ruto informing him that he should publicly seek reconciliation since he is the one who walked away from the President however informing that under one condition "he should not demand the President to support him in 2022."
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