…………. But, why is this obsession with Deputy President, William Ruto?………The writings are on the wall…that Deputy President, William Ruto, is a major force to reckon with our political circles. He is turning out as the main ingredient …….catalyst in our politics…….

……….Put into consideration these newspaper headlines……….”Inside Orange Democratic Party plan to impeach Ruto”……….” Kibicho to Ruto; Your security starts with you”……These are classic major newspaper headlines which illustrate that Deputy-President, William Ruto, has become the common denominator in our political discourses and politics.

The writings are on the wall…that Deputy President, William Ruto, is a major force to reckon with our political circles. He is turning out as the main ingredient …….catalyst in our politics. Our politics are being dictated upon by his byline name.

He is a towering political figure in our politics, coupled by his shrewdness in our political arena.

And, these facts give him the leeway to dictate and shape up our political discourses and politics. A mere mention of his name evokes political ripples across the political divide.

He is one of the most closely monitored, talked, and, analyzed politician in Kenya right now. Each an every political move he undertakes creates a trend and draws the attention of the political pundits and observers. And, it isn’t lost on political pundits and commentators who digs deeper in trying to analyze and predict his political moves.

The Deputy president recently joked that for a newspaper to sell, they must use his name and he now wants dividends.

From newspaper headlines, print and social media platforms, bar and salon talks will always have a piece dedicated to, Deputy President, William Ruto, when political discussions arise. And, his brand of politicking creates a buzz in the political circles.

Even the newspaper headlines have been affected by the ” Ruto fever” for they are dedicating most of their headlines to the Deputy President.

But, why is this obsession with Deputy President, William Ruto? One political commentator recently complained that many times the media paints his name in a bad light and are “probably hurting his political career and personal reputation”.


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