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Headline: Day I almost slapped Uhuru.
Deputy President William Ruto was locked in a heated argument that almost turned into a physical confrontation with his boss, President Uhuru Kenyatta, in the hours following the annulment of their 2017 election win, a leaked audio recording has revealed. The recording, in which DP Ruto is heard addressing elders at his Karen residence, also sheds light on the tense hours following the unprecedented judgment of the Supreme Court.
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The Sunday Standard.
Headline: Uhuru, Ruto fire salvos at each other.
Nearly five years after failing out and trading barbs, the president and his deputy are at it again, with Uhuru indirectly dismissing the promises made by Ruto in the Kenya Kwanza manifesto launched on Thursday, saying Ruto wasted eight years in the Jubilee government.
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Headline: Ruto amlima Uhuru waziwazi.
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