DP Ruto reveals next move if Jubilee loses in October poll

Life goes on even if we lose elections – DP Ruto

Speaking during a live televised interview on State Broadcaster KBC, Mr Ruto, who is the running mate of President Uhuru Kenyatta in search for the second term in office, divulged that he has various things to do just in case he is beaten by the Raila-Kalonzo team.

“Election is not a life and death matter. I will head home and continue with my project of rearing chicken,” Mr Ruto said in an interview.

He added: “I can also finish up my PhD program which is underway. I have a lot to do. Then in 2022, I could still be in the field, but we shall decide when we get there.”

Last, Deputy President William Ruto failed to graduate at the University of Nairobi for reasons Pulse Live Kenya could not independently establish.

The Deputy President has insisted that his next move will be spending time with his family after a long enclosed life of the Deputy presidency.

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