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Ruto Not Safe Politically as Alfred Keter Alleges What Some of His Close Allies Are Doing

Deputy President William Ruto has now been cautioned that some of the people he deems his closest allies are the ones engineering his downfall.

This is courtesy of Nandi Hills MP Alfred Keter, who says that not everybody close to the DP is working in his favour and is out to help him succeed.

Speaking on Thursday, he alleged that some are sowing seeds of discord which could come back to haunt the DP and his political career in the future.

Speaking on Chamgei FM said that the said politicians are making remarks that will cost Ruto in the coming days, telling him to be wary of them.

He stated that some are at the same time trying push others away from the DP, and are for instance trying to create a rift between him and Ruto by lying that he is a rebel opposed to the DP's presidential plans.

The plan, he alleged, is to push him out of the UDA party, which is being linked to the DP, a plot he said will never succeed.

“Let the voice of the people prevail. Many people want us out of UDA but we are here to stay. We will face off here," he is quoted by the People Daily.

He added that he has nothing personal against Ruto, stating that they only disagree on ideologies, as he added that he has now joined the UDA outfit.

“We only differ on ideologies. My only problem is that I only speak my mind. I’m firmly in UDA and I’m here to stay,” added the parliamentarian.

He at the same time called for fair nominations in UDA, warning that big fallouts could be seen should there be attempts to play games with the primaries.

Himself, Moiben MP Silas Tiren, Swarup Mishra (Kesses) and Uasin Gishu Senator Margret Kamar are among those considered Rift Valley rebels for being seen to not agree with Ruto like the rest.

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