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Concern as Ruto,allies go silent – Weekly Citizen

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The last time the Deputy President William Ruto and his vocal allies were heard was during a church service in Githurai.
When they reached Githurai his Kikuyu point-man and Kiambu Governor Ferdinard Waititu was heckled

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Talks have been rife that after Waititu was heckled, the DP has is fighting a discovery that a number of Tangatanga team members could be misleading that he was popular on the ground.
The DP and other foot soldiers including Adan Duale and Kipchumba Murkomen have relatively remained silence following the release of the new currency and deadline on the sh. 1,000 notes.
High placed sources told Weekly Citizen that the DP was worried since he was not consulted and the announcement only came as a big surprise to him and his allies.
To play it safe, President Uhuru Kenyatta in a well calculated move fronted the Central Bank governor Patrick Ngoroge to make the announcement at Narok during Madaraka Day so the DP could not victimize him.
Kenyans and Muslims community were equally shocked when the DP failed to join the head of state in issuing Eid Mubarak wishes as opposed to the past where the two leaders would always convey a joint message to the Muslim brothers.



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