WYCLIFFE MUGA: DP Ruto's crown of thorns

Ruto has actually done quite well, as he is now in his ninth consecutive year as Deputy President despite the humiliations

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• Just about every leader who has served in the vice/ deputy president capacity has had all kinds of humiliations pressed on his head.

• Not necessarily by the President himself, but mostly by those around him, who see the deputy as a barrier to their ambitions.

For at least two years now, a constant feature on the TV evening news has been some key supporter of Deputy President Dr William Ruto speaking with great passion about the pain he feels at seeing how ...

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