The deputy President William Ruto has finally admitted that it's him who forced Uhuru Kenyatta to contest for a second term in office after Maraga's ruling. According to Ruto, there was no way he was going to allow Uhuru Kenyatta to lose the battle to Raila Odinga at the middle of a competition just because Maraga nullified the election.
Here is a link, watch from 2.50 minutes: https://youtu.be/r55jgWrJN-0
The deputy President William Ruto is clear, he forced Uhuru Kenyatta to go all the way to the ballot. Ruto is clear he was shocked President Uhuru Kenyatta wanted to give up just because of pressure but he pushed hard and on to have him win a second term.
According to Ruto, the opposition must not expect him as Uhuru's major adviser to allow him into surrendering for fear. He is clear, he had to use all means possible to ensure Uhuru Kenyatta was on the ballot for he was not going to allow him into surrendering to Odinga and the court ruling.
The deputy President William Ruto is clear, he doesn't regret anything forcing Uhuru Kenyatta going into the ballot though it's evident he betrayed him immediately through handshake. He is clear, he was not going to allow Uhuru Kenyatta to just look stupid in his presence and that's why he forced him into his second term against his wish.
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