President Uhuru Kenyatta. [Source/SHK]
The Head of State likened Ruto's ambition for the presidency to uncontrollable missile which he said can land and cause great destruction.
While noting there was nothing wrong with having an ambition, Uhuru said his deputy's was unbridled, and blamed him for putting his ahead instead of serving Kenyans who had elected him first.
Now, a retired military boss has agreed with Uhuru saying Ruto is unfit to become the next head of state and commander-in-chief of the defence forces.
William Ruto. [Source/WSR]
In a tweet on Sunday, retired Major General Maurice Walugu said uncontrollable missile can destroy the whole country including the firer.
"Uncontrollable Missile. When the CinC of kenya president Uhuru Kenyatta spoke about uncontrollable Missile he had a clear meaning. Uncontrollable Missile does not know even the person that fired it. It can destroy the firer as well as a whole Nation. Ruto's missile he referred to," he posted.
Walugu is a former Assistant Chief of General Staff in charge of operations at the Department of Defence headquarters.
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