The Star Newspaper last week revealed that there is a planned meeting by Jubilee party officials to officially kick the deputy President William Ruto out of the party. This move has elicited mixed reactions with many questioning why the move and yet he is among the key leaders from the party.
Kenyans have however noted with great concern the silence being exhibited by Ruto’s allies from the Mount Kenya region. Majority have gone silent on the matter begging the question why. During his campaigns, Ruto enjoyed overwhelming support from the likes of Moses Kuria, Gladys Wahome, Kimani Ichungwa and several other legislators from the region.
Since the news of his ouster was first shared online, none of the leaders has had his say on the matter. This silence has been construed by many who now accuse them of abandoning him in his time of need. Only Ruto allies from Rift Valley who include Kipchumba Murkomen, Ngeno and Oscar Sudi have raised concern on the matter of his ouster.
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