Over time, the deputy president of the republic of Kenya Dr William Samoe Ruto have not been in good terms with a group calling itself the deep state. It all started back in the year 2018 after his fallout with president Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta soon after Uhuru's handshake with the ODM boss hon Raila Odinga which saw him being sidelined in the government.
Now, today, the country's second in command has come out to spill beans on the reason why he crossed the roads with this powerful group. Talking during his political your to the western region, Dr William Ruto said that he differed with these people due to their proposal of amending the constitution of Kenya.
According to William Ruto, this proposal did not go well with him as he is more interested with changing the economy of Kenya. Ruto went ahead to urge the people of western region on his speech not to fall to the trap of changing the constitution. Click on this link to watch the video of Ruto talking during his tour to the western.
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