"Support Anyone but not Ruto, He won't be President no Matter What" Tangatanga Members Advised
By JerryN | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 14168 views
Photo of the second in command of the Republic of Kenya Dr William Ruto.
Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Raila Odinga's close die-hard has broken his silence over the 2022 succession politics giving fresh advice to the supporters of the Deputy President Dr William Ruto.
Blogger Robert Alai on his twitter page has told the Tangatanga movement supporters to know that the Deputy President will not be President come the year 2022 no matter what.
Alai boldly asked the Deputy President's supporters to support anyone else but not William Ruto.
Robert Alai has further told the DP's supporters that giving their support to another leader is for their own good and interests.
"Tanga Tanga suppprters know that William Ruto won’t be President no matter what. Prepare for that. You can support anyone but not William Ruto. We assure you that it’s for your own best interests. You are flies following the carcass to the pit. " Robert Alai noted on his twitter page as shown below;
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