The political muscles continue ravaging the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in 2022 general elections. Temperetures are rising across the country and millions of people across the country are eagerly waiting to see what will happen ones president Uhuru Kenyatta exits the office.
Kenyans are not worried about who leads the country next rather the worry is is elect leaders who won't loot in August Polls. With elections approaching with speed and political differences intensifying things are getting out of the hand. Well DP William Ruto has alleged that Isiolo County leaders are pretending to support Azimio La Umoja Team when truly they support him.
According to DP William Ruto, Isiolo political leaders support him and they told him they fear supporting him publicly because they are government properties they have messed with. Hon. Raila Odinga has all the reasons to worry if wbat DP William Ruto alleged was true.
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