Popular Nairobi politician Maina Kamanda has emerged to launch a violent political attack against deputy president William Ruto following the remarks he made yesterday on the current situation in the country.
Ruto had told off unnamed leaders that if their agenda conflicts what is provided for in the Constitution, then they should be the one to work on their priorities and not rush to change the Constitution.
And according to Kamanda's interpretation, this attack was allegedly aimed at President Uhuru Kenyatta - something which he terms as disrespectful from the deputy president to his boss. Kamanda indicated that the sentiments by Ruto would paint the president in bad light.
Without holding his words back, Kamanda termed Ruto that he does not have manners and that his allleged attacks against the head of state won't be tolerated as they amount to challenging the authority of the president.
"It is unfortunate that the country's second in command can actually abuse his boss, this is lack of manners and should not be tolerated," Kamanda said.
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