Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi last year said The Central Community is in state house to stay. Those words were interpreted by many as a wake up call to the deputy president then. Uhuru Kenyatta had however promised to support Ruto come 2022.
Naexpose however saw some drifts between the two just days after the swearing in of the two us President and deputy. Word started circulating around that the president was choosing his cabinet to suit ambitions of a different candidate.
That aside, speaking at a funeral on sunday, the president made some remarks that clearly stated he will not be indulging in politics anymore.
“Siasa zimeisha last year, wale wanataka 2022 shauri yenu mimi niko nyumbani (elections ended last year. Those seeking seats in 2022, you are on your own. I will be at home),” he said during the burial ceremony.
Elsewhere in Mumias, as reported by NAIEXPOSE.com, Ruto was spreading the same message as he told leaders to shun 2022 campaigns and concentrate on delivering on their campaign promises.
“We must be honest to ourselves and we must be fair to the people of Kenya. We cannot engage in politics from January to January, year in, year out, from one election to another,” he said during the homecoming party of Sports Cabinet Secretary Rashid Mohamed in Mumias.