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Here Is What President Uhuru Told DP Ruto During His First Speech After BBI Downfall

During his meeting with some top auditors, president Uhuru Kenyata dared his deputy William Ruto to resign from Jubelee government if he feels he was not happy with it's agendas. The president mentioned these comments while he was giving his first speech after the court declared the BBI process unconstitutional.

President Uhuru said that he has his agendas that he was elected by the people of Kenya to do,and the best thing anyone who is not happy with his government can do is to is to step aside. He went ahead to tell his deputy to decide in advance where he want to be,and to stop singing praises of the government yet he is busy pushing his own agendas on the other side.

Disagreements between president Uhuru and his deputy William Ruto was witnessed after the handshake. This brought the president and the opposition leader Raila Odinga together, finally resulting to BBI,which was ment to amend the constitution to reunite the people of Kenya

However, deputy president William Ruto was not pleased with the bill, ending up criticizing it secretly. The friendship between the two top heads of state begun fading away resulting to the cold war. Due to the cold war,most of the deputy president's allies have been demoted from key positions in the government.

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