It seems that things are not going well between Deputy President William Ruto and President William Ruto. The two have not been so close in matters relating to administration of the nation since the handshake between Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Other issues such as the denial of Ruto to have a flight to Uganda is also another issue that have sparked the difference between the two who were so friendly during their first term in Goverment.
Deputy President William Ruto has also been critising Uhuru Kenyatta for failing to accomplish Jubilee manifesto accusing Kenyatta for being involved in matters to deal with his Succession.
In yesterday interview, President Uhuru Kenya even made matters worse by telling DP Ruto to either quit the government or stay in line with it.
The question that remains is that what are these Presidential candidates learning from these dramas. Will they relate in a similar manner with their deputies when they come to power? Time will tell after the 2022 General elections.
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