SEEKING SYMPATHY

The irony of State hand in Ruto’s ‘popularity’

The DP has often cut the look of a frustrated man and one edged out of his own government

In Summary
  • Political observers say the DP has mastered the art of manipulating political situations  for his 2022 presidential ambitions.
  • Ruto has sought to endear himself to the ‘hustlers’ (ordinary citizens), describing himself as a chicken seller who struggled in life.

‘Can’t anybody make lemonade out of lemons like this man Ruto?’

This proverbial phrase was posted by Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika, moments after Deputy President William Ruto released pictures ...

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