Deputy President Ruto has requested his boss Uhuru Kenyatta to stay away from politics simply because he will not be on the ballot box in the August polls. He revealed that he supported Uhuru Kenyatta in previous elections and he almost slapped him when he wanted to abandon the election in 2017. During a special interview with Kikuyu elders, Ruto revealed that he almost parted ways with Uhuru Kenyatta in 2017 simply because he wanted to quit politics and go home.
However, Kikuyu elder Mr. Muigi revealed that Deputy President Ruto has assured President Uhuru Kenyatta will enjoy his retirement and he should refrain from campaigning for Raila Odinga. He alleges that Uhuru will be treated with respect and he will receive all the benefits from the state.
“The DP told us that Uhuru is still his friend and that if he assumes office, Uhuru will be treated with respect and will be accorded all the benefits of a former Head of State,” said Mr. Muigai.
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