William Ruto has delivered a strong message to the President of the Republic of Kenya Hon Uhuru Kenyatta after he (Uhuru) disclosed that he will not support him (William Ruto) in the forthcoming general elections which are set to be conducted in 2022.
The Head of State on Monday had disclosed that he will endorse one of those individuals who will be linked to the NASA coalition come the 2022 general elections. This is clearly showing that the Head of State is not going to support the Deputy President in the forthcoming general elections.
The Deputy President however unsatisfactorily claimed that even if he will not have support from the Jubilee Party and administration, he will be supported by the people of Kenya and as well God.
The following shows what the Deputy President stated on his twitter page concerning the Head of State President Uhuru Kenyatta's Monday message;
Some of the reactions concerning the Deputy President Dr William Ruto's message to the Head of State President Uhuru Kenyatta are shown below;
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