Politics are taking shape in Kenya as Ruto receives good news from Uhuru's close ally Ngunjiri Wambugu on how to be the next president of Kenya 'legally'. On the other hand Uhuru suffers huge blow if the IEBC quoram remains same.
This is after kieleweke leader Ngunjiri Wambugu on his Facebook account has revealed that if Ruto was Uhuru then he would have ensured to remain in power for the next one year since IEBC commission does not meet the quoram constitutionally.
According to Ngunjiri, Ruto would have used the justice system to remain in power legally since the IEBC commission cannot conduct any election when its lacking full commissioners . All he needs to do is to send the current parliament home due to the failure of not being able to sustain the third gender rule in the parliament.
Meanwhile, the DP Ruto and his boss President Uhuru are not the same hence the first in command will ignore the judiciary and keep on with the next year's elections as scheduled by the IEBC other than ignoring it and maintain being in office next year. However this would reap alot of political divide since the waves of politics are already heating every corner of the country.
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