It is clear that the political promise between Uhuru Kenyatta and deputy president William Ruto has now faded away and cannot be solved. It was recently when the deputy president was blocked from travelling to Uganda and he declared that some leaders are behind the destruction of his agenda. Furthermore, he has faced a lot of problems while carrying out his campaign and on most occasions to strengthen his position ahead of 2022. He has continued to declare that he has the right to vacate from the jubilee party without consultations simply because we are in a democratic government.
However, President Uhuru Kenyatta has declared that he will not support the deputy president ahead of the 2022 polls as he is looking forward to making his legacy look good. He has revealed that Raila Odinga is his closest friend and he might support him instead of deputy president Ruto. The big question is was President behind the blocking of deputy president to Uganda.
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