The battle for the presidency is now taking the final lap with few days remaining before the August's general elections. Kenyans continue to witness top leaders lashing at each other as each wants to amass support from Kenyans.
The division between the president Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto has continued to be witnessed lately. The head of state has been blasting his deputy for making promises on what he is set to do should he be elected in the coming elections.
According to Uhuru Kenyatta,Ruto should have have delivered the promises he is making while on office as the deputy. Azimio la Umoja tip leaders including presidential candidate, Raila Odinga has been on the forefront defending Uhuru Kenyatta while attacking Ruto.
Ruto has today blasted ODM for defending the president. According to the Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate, ODM should stop acting as if they care more about the president other than the ones who stood by him in the past general elections.
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