Ruto turns to Taifa Gas to scupper Odinga's gas business
The Kenyan president wants to diversify a sector that currently benefits his main political opponents, even if it means putting government infrastructure projects on hold.
The deputy president's remaining allies in the government have resigned in order to reach out to the grass roots and help finance his election campaign. Now that they have nothing left to lose, they are preparing a concerted offensive against the Kenyan leader.
A possible presidential election win for the president's arch-rival, Deputy President William Ruto, could have serious consequences for the Kenyatta family's fortunes. To stave off such a prospect, all of its members are getting involved in politics for the first time.