Angry Deputy President William Samoei Ruto has sent a stern warning to President Uhuru and his Handshake partner Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga over changing the 2010 constitution.
While speaking at his Karen residence Nairobi County today where he met all Kiambu church leaders who promised him all votes in the Kiambaa constituency ahead of the by-election.
The second in command agitated that there is no need for the country to change the constitution to create a job for some few individuals who only think about themselves, citing that what is only needed now is an economic revival plan and the creation of jobs for the youths.
DP Ruto added that it's only important if the government can create a conducive environment for local and mid-level businesses to enhance the country's economy.
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