Deputy President William Ruto has revealed the mistake done by President Uhuru which has stuck the country.
While speaking in a Sunday service at African Holy Ghost Christian Church in Huruma, the DP claimed that the President has shifted his focus to NASA instead of working for the Kenyans.
"Instead of the President working for Kenyans he's dealing with the five trying to organise them with their greed, arrogance and ego, and now the country is stuck," Ruto said.
He further added that the NASA leaders are disturbing the President for their own selfish gain. He accused them of derailing development projects by giving Uhuru a tough time in organising them in readiness for the 2022 General Elections.
The DP however affirmed that Kenyans have already made up their minds on whom will lead the Nation amid their confusion.
The DP's fallout with the President began after the famous handshake which left him sidelined from government's projects.
The President has been trying to reunite NASA principals ahead of 2022 polls, pledging to support one of them.
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