Taib Bajaber has hinted through his official tweeter page alleging that deputy president William Ruto is the new dynamo of the republic of Kenya. According to him both former prime minister Hon Raila Odinga and president Uhuru Kenyatta harness the power of deputy president William Ruto in 2007 and 2012-17.
Taib Bajaber alleged that president Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga are making a Blunder attempting to tame DP William Ruto power after knowing harnessing his powers.
Here is what Lawyer Taib Bajaber shared on his official tweeter page alleging that president Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga are in Blunder by attempting to tame DP William Ruto's power!
"Its wiser to harness the power of a dynamo like William Ruto, as opposed to undermining him. Raila Odinga in 2007 and HE Kenyatta in 2012-17 recognised and harnessed his influence and were propelled to power. Both blundered attempting to tame DP Ruto's power, and paid the price.
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