By Allan Boit
All is Not well In Jubilee; Ruto, for the 3rd Time Misses in Action as Uhuru heads to Arusha with KANU Battling to topple him in Kericho by election.
Deputy President is missing in action for the third time from the president’s camp as it is a norm. As the Kenyan president hooped into a plane en-route Arusha Tanzania for heads of state summit meeting, the deputy president was for the third time not around to see him off.
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It’s only a few days over when the president returned from Israel and the president was not in the company of his deputy.
When the president jetted back into the country after the state visit, the deputy president did not welcome him as expected in the airport.
Before flying to Djibout and also on his route back this week, Ruto also didn’t appear anywhere in the head of states entourange as usual.
It was evident, since the two young Turks ascended to power; they always worked hand in hand both in public and in other forums.
Pundits are weighing in the matter as at today both on social media and public forums.
It possibly could be the reasons of his deputy being named in a number of corruption scandals that are weakening the Jubilee administration.
Any scandal that is coming up is screwing the deputy president in one way or another. The NYS scandal which was partly Ann Waiguru’s own cross is now turning out to be implicating the top Jubilee brands who are allied to the deputy president.
His key ally Aden Duale, Kipchumba Murkomen and Farouk Kibet were lately implicated by an affidavit that the former devolution cabinet secretary brought into the public sphere while being grilled by the anti-corruption commission.
The deputy president is grappling with another headache as the Kericho By-Election gets to the homestretch.
KANU is being taunted highly by many as a possible winner in the by election that is slated for 7th March.