"Hata Kama Kazi Yangu Ulikchukua Ukapatia Wengine Mimi Ninakuheshimu", Ruto Tells The President
By lemasmwas | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 8 views
There has been alot of misunderstanding between a group of people allied to the deputy president William Samoei Ruto and those following the president criticising each other the main agenda being respect.
Speaking in Isiolo, the deputy president has clearly indicated that he respects the president despite him being relieved some duties by the President and given to other people which he termed as mikora although are known to be the cabinet ministers like matiangi.
He has said that his greatest concern is about Raila and in all ways he has no problem with the president and he respects and acknowledge that he is the head of the government of Kenya. He also said that he have been keen on doing any assignment that his given by the president and there is no task he has been given and failed to perform.
He therefore urged people that he is ready to work with everyone, and he will not discriminate but support the people who are of low class to be able to withstand the economy through boosting what they do with his slogan kazi ni kazi.
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