Ruto Ally Claws Back.Says Kenyans Should Prepare For Ruto's Ten Year Presidency

Nominated MP David Sankok has hit back at critics who said that Ruto should retire. He says that President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy have an unbreakable bond. Furthermore, he says that the deal between Jubilee was cemented with a 10 year rule for both Kenyatta and Ruto as presidents. Tension has spread after some circles within the ruling Jubilee party claimed that there was no automatic candidate.

Mr Sankok said that they two leaders have a long history from the 2007/08 and their time at the International Court of Criminal Justice (ICC).

The legislator is known for outspoken nature and loyalty to the ruling party. He said that whoever thought the DP would not ascend to presidency was 'living' in denial.

Jubilee Party deputy, David Murathe, had spoken saying that the deputy president had served his time and should probably retire together with Uhuru Kenyatta.

In the midst of all this melee, DP Ruto has said that nomination and selection is besides the point and anyone interested in the presidency should be seeking it for themselves.

Kenya is still reeling from a double legged disputed election in 2017, that led to the loss of several lives as citizens protested the results.

The unrest ended when former Prime Minister, Raila Odinga, signed a deal with President Kenyatta to work together for peace.

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