Mutahi Ngunyi who is among famous people on social media in Kenya and one of top professors in Kenya today tweeted on his twitter page that Ruto apologized to Atwoli. Called himself a young man in the presence of Atwoli. Atwoli was in the wrong. But he received an apology. That is STATESMANSHIP. Let us take time to study MANRUTO.
Wrong analysis. Atwoli was the first one to visit Statehouse with Mdvd and Weta. Probably, he was the one to ask for forgiveness and pledged to support Ruto's govt. Then, they all met in Kakamega, and as always, Ruto stole the thunder, by asking forgiveness.
Atwoli hold so much western foreign governments influence and money through unions around the world. He's a cash cow for Ruto you don't know the power of labour unions. It's not statesmanship.
It's wartime. The two sides are mobilizing differently. Ruto wants to win the hearts while Baba is whipping the emotions. After each is through with his campaign the ballot will decide the winner for 2027.
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