Ruto Pledge to Deal With Uhuru And His Allies Softly if He Takes Over Power i
Ruto speaking to delegations in past event
As clocks ticks towards 2022 General Polls, war of words in the country continues to be agenda of the day. The fallout between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto is now a big debris beyond a reconcilable point. It is self evident that Uhuru is frustrated with how his deputy is conducting early campaigns and attacking him on failing the government in their second term of leadership.
President Uhuru Kenyatta in yesterday's late night interview came out clear and dared his deputy to resign if he is no longer happy with how government is being run. Ruto has responded to Head of State, stating that he has a mission and has no space to retreat nor to surrender. Speaking in send off of Sada Mgalla Nyawa, mother of Kwale County Governor Salim Mvurya, Ruto warned President Uhuru Kenyatta and his allies for exasperating him too much, emotional Ruto vowed to deal with Uhuru allies once he take power in 2022, he also stated to deal with them in a soft way not as they are doing to him.
" They're cornering me, no problem. God willing we will ascend to power 2022 through your voters and we will deal with them but in a soft and gentle manner not as they are doing to us," Deputy President William Ruto.
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