What is in a name?quite rightly William Samoei Ruto does not own the patent to the name his parents gave him. Yet this same name of his seems to be owned by a mischevious shady and shadowy copycat determined to embarass the hard working Eldoret North MP with close shaves of the uncomfortable kind that cast shadows not favorable politically.
This unpatented name has done enough pseudo harm to raise suspicious eyebrows on the real agriculture minister. From being mistaken as being the identity of the cabinet minister banned from the United States early this year through to suspicions about that name appearing on the infamous Waki envelope with a list of post election violence perpetrators and now that name allegedly being one of the those alloted Agricultural Development Corporation land. On all these counts however the authentic owner has always been consisten in clearing the air of any misconceptions that may have been surrounding the misuse of his person
All these coincedences may have prompted the minister to ask himself the question "do Kenyans really know who i am"? Kenyans will have to keep the answer to that question close to their chest just in case it will prove too costly to reveal in the near future. On the other hand what we are seeing might be the dawn of a new era in the political landscape involving real politik warfare using never before deployed tactics of literally cloning your political opponents and liberating the doppelganger to go undo any good the REAL person may have done. A good example would be at a public function for example one president could safely be tucked away at night sleeping in the confines of his bedroom while the doppelganger stands in his place to be sworn in at the ceremony