SAM OMWENGA: Uhuru must tame Ruto now or suffer the consequences

“When you strike at the king, you must kill him.”

In Summary

• Ruto has always walked with a swagger as though he knows more than the rest of us do, even the keenest observant—and he probably does.

• Otherwise, why would Ruto swing at the king as he has done numerous times, at times so clandestinely one would not know that is what he was doing.

To say the relationship between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto is “frosty” is deliberately understating it.

The expression if walls can talk is meant to describe ...

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