Ruto Told he Won't Survive, Told Number of Kenyans Planning to Join Raila to Fight Him
Luanda MP Dickson Oyugi now says that chances of President William Ruto surviving the onslaught being brought his way are close to none. Already, the opposition has declared plans to lead protests against Ruto, with opposition chief Raila Odinga vowing to bring down his administration. Oyugi claims that only the small number of Kenyans who voted for Ruto will keep off the struggle to stop him, as all the others join Raila in his push.
Ruto's Fate Surviving On Borrowed Life As He Is Told What He Should Expect In The 2027 Elections
Luanda MP Dickson Oyugi today said President William Ruto had no chance of surviving the attack. The opposition has announced plans to lead protests against Ruto, vowing to topple the government of opposition leader Raila Odinga. Oyugi is of the opinion that only a small number of Kenyans who voted for Ruto will stay out of the fight to keep him because everyone else is aligned with Raila.
New Details After Azimio Politician Claims Only 7 Million Voted For UDA, Reveals Plans To Sack Ruto
Dickson Oyugi, a member of the Legislative Assembly from Luanda, has recently stated that President William Ruto's chances of surviving the assault aimed at him are now close to zero. Raila Odinga, the head of the opposition, has promised to overthrow Ruto's administration, and the opposition has already announced plans to organize protests.