Politics Aside: Raila, Ruto shares Podium at Nyayo Stadium


The Deputy President Dr William Ruto on Saturday attended the final leg of the inaugural Kip Keino Classic World Athletics Continental Tour in honour of the legendary athlete Kipchoge Keino at the Nyayo National Stadium.

From a foundation of lack to a simple business of street selling of chicken! Rising by leaps and bounds to drawing attention of the then brutal president of Kenya.

As young as he was , Ruto outshined the sons and daughters of the dynasties to head the famous youth 92′ started by president Moi!.

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His political star has remained steady and balanced and progressively shining.

By today Ruto has made Raila a genuine winner of 2007 elections which was snatched by Kibaki leading to eruption of post election violence , 2013 he made a straight shoot to deputy president by fronting a formidable alliance with the son of Jomo Kenyatta.

To cut the long story short , The descendant of koitarel arap samoel by today doesn’t need a position name like Jubilee deputy party chairman to shoot to presidency.

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Jubilee alliance is already a thing of the past , it was hijacked long time ago by the man who has no taste for the church and it is no more by today , it is a shadow of its former self , Ruto will have to front a new alliance and we wait hopefully anytime!

Present were Public Service and Gender Cabinet Secretary CS Prof Margaret Kobia, ODM Leader and Former Prime Minister hon RailaOdinga, Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko, Governor Nanok.

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Other present we’re senator kipchumba murkomen, Senator Aaron cheruiyot, Caleb kositany Mp for soy, Hon Moses Kuria and Mp Nixon korir.

The two leaders were seen on jovial mood today when they met for the first time, in many days, The two Friends who turned enemies have been clobbering each other like burukenge on political rallies.