Gloves Off As A Video When Uhuru 'Desperately' Needed Ruto For 2nd Term Emerges(Video)
By SMOKIN-NEWS | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 10276 views
A video of president uhuru kenyatta desperately asking for Ruto's support for a second term in office has cir ykated all over the social media. In the 30 sec clip, Uhuru is seen promising Ruto his support after finishing his 10 year tenure. He also added that Ruto does not ha e to be a kikuyu for him to support Ruto. This is a clear evidence that uhuru in is Ruto's debt. The famous handshake happened between the ODM party leader Raila Odinga and uhuru seems to have changed a lot to an extent of breaking the cordial relationship president Kenyatta and Dr William Ruto enjoyed.
In fact the two are constantly throwing jab at each other accusing one another of betrayal. President Kenyatta ant one point saud that he owes nobody any debt. Ruto on the other hand claimed that he doesn't need Uhuru's support to become the President. Below is a link to the video showing uhuru desperately asking for Ruto's support.
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