All Kenyans are now aware that there has been a rift between president Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy, Dr. William Samoei Ruto. The misunderstanding is alleged to have emerged after the handshake between Uhuru and former prime minister Raila Odinga.
Despite the challenges he faces, Ruto has remained focused on his dream to become the 5 the president of Kenya. He has managed to pass through the issues he faces in the current government.
Speaking on Emali town in Kibwezi, Ruto boldly revealed that some "men" are against him because of his bottom-up economic model Agenda. He defended the model by stating that is meant to upgrade the hustlers at the lower level, the youths to get employment, and the Mama Mbogas to have easy access to loans, for business expansion.
Ruto did not mention the men but added that they are only interested in changing the constitution and dividing power amongst themselves.
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