WHY RUTO WILL NEVER BE PRESIDENT.


DP William Ruto (in yellow) and Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga (in blue). Tanga Tanga adherents, led by their chief online insurgent - one Dennis Itumbi, are becoming too embittered in these streets. Reason being; they feel that the government they helped form is screwing them really hard and dry. At this rate, they might... Continue Reading →

WILL THE MOUNT KENYA REGION DETERMINE WHO BECOMES THE NEXT PRESIDENT?


Both the outgoing president, Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, and his immediate predecessor - Retired president Mwai Kibaki - come from the Mountain region. Uhuru’s father, Mzee Jomo Kenyatta (The Burning Spear) was the republic’s first president. This makes the late Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi the only non-Kikuyu president to have ever ruled this country. Rightfully so, this is such a big deal in a country that is as ethnically polarized as ours.

THE KIAMBAA BY-ELECTION AND 2022 POLITICS.


It’s laughable how some people have already predicted a Ruto win in the 2022 presidential elections, following the neck-to-neck run between Jubilee and its UDA offshoot, in the just concluded Kiambaa by-election. Let’s debunk this myth a little bit. First; by-election results from a single constituency, in one region of the country, can never be a conclusive sample of how things pan out in a general election. It’s not scientifically practical. A general election is too complex an exercise. It’s a different kettle of fish altogether.

WHY IS UHURU DETERMINED TO FINISH RUTO POLITICALLY?


During the time when the so called Jubilee "dynamic duo" wore matching shirts, trousers, ties - and God knows what else was matching under those shirts and trousers; Ruto was a co-president in every respect, except by name. Now, their bromance is clearly over and the once tight Uhuru ruto relationship is unmistakably in tatters. Theirs was akin to a man trying to share a woman with his boss. You know how such situationships usually end up. That was Ruto's POLITICAL SUICIDE MISTAKE #1.

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