Is this the end of DP Ruto?

New political developments have emerged in Deputy President William Ruto’s wing opposed to the BBI report hours after the official launch of the BBI signature collection drive.

President Uhuru Kenyatta and Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga had officially launched the BBI signature collection drive at KICC.

Report indicates a major split in the DP Ruto’s wing following the recently launched BBI signature collection drive by President Uhuru and Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.

Some tanga tanga MPs have since changed their mind over the report which has signaled a sharp division within DP Ruto’s camp that had opposed the document.

Sources have revealed that some leaders allied to Ruto who were initially opposed to the report including Governors, Senators, Woman Representatives, MPs and MCAs have dump the anti-BBI camp in support of the document.

His allies claimed that they had changed their mind following the last minute changes that were made to the BBI document that addressed their concerns.

Some of Ruto’s close allies who have since changed their stand on the report include; Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria and nominated Senator Millicent Omanga.

Kuria took to his social media and highlighted changes that were made to the document, stating that he was impressed with the changes.

Omanga on her part posted a message saying that she had declared her total support for the report after all issues that they had presented concerning the BBI had been put into consideration.

“Well, the final BBI Report is a remarkable improvement. Our proposals on Nairobi are captured; Women and PWDs have gained their rightful share. The youth have an enhanced package. I hereby declare my unwavering support & full endorsement of BBI. Fired up! Ready to go!” Omanga stated.

She however, dismissed the statement claiming that her twitter account had been hacked.

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    Written by Kennedy Omondi

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