Kenya's Deputy President Distances Himself From Campaigners

An insider from  Deputy President William Ruto's camp has said a video clip of West Pokot youths on a roadshow drumming up support for his election as president in 2022 is sponsored by enemies to drive a wedge between Ruto and President Uhuru Kenyatta. Ruto released a statement distancing himself from politicians and groups purporting to be campaigning for him to become the country's fifth president.

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    Nation, 1 February 2019

    A video clip of West Pokot youths on a roadshow drumming up support for Deputy President William Ruto's election as president in 2022 is doing the rounds on social media. Read more »

Deputy President William Ruto addresses Kitengela residents when he was seeing off President Uhuru Kenyatta to Arusha on January 31, 2019.

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