Tension between William Ruto and devolution CS Charles Keter followers is brewing up after DP is said to be fronting Keter's rival for Kericho's top seat. In a New development in the highly contested position, William Ruto's top allies are to hold a fundraiser for his campaigns on 9th December.
Among those set to oversee the event to be held at Weston Hotel include Kipchumba Murkomen, Oscar Sudi, Caleb Kositany, and senator Aaron Cheruiyot. The senator is said to have changed his mind about contesting for the top seat and instead resorted to defending his seat and is backing Dr.Erick Kipkoech Mutai for the top seat.
Charles Keter has been a loyal friend of the DP and his allegiance could have costed his energy docket to the now less vibrant devolution ministry.
His followers took to social media to condemn the move by Ruto's allies most of whom are drawn from the North Rift. They say the vocal leaders from the North should desist from fixing leaders for the South.
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