President William Ruto has today alleged the leaders who came into his camp at a difficult time that also gave him a fighting spirit at the point he was almost giving up from pressure from the system and the deep state.
Speaking during the thanks giving ceremony at his State House residence today, the first in command while addressing the congress named ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi, and Ford Kenya party leader who is also the National Assembly speaker Moses Wetangula as the two individual who aroused his fighting spirit.
He also named immediate former Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua and all the leaders who had dumped Jubilee party to join his UDA party at the time he was facing a tough uphill task as another set of leaders who helped him to heal fast and continue fighting until he defeated the government.
It is through these leaders that President Ruto formed the government and in a special way, the first in command is planning on how to reward them heavily as they are likely to form part of the government in coming days.
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