Deputy President William Ruto has angrily reacted to President Uhuru Kenyatta Today's remarks telling him that he shouldn't be caught complaining because it is clear that he who pays the Piper calls the Tune, English saying used to mean that the boss has the authority to determine what his organization will be looking in the future days hence the reason to do proper planning.
Speaking during his Meru Tour South Imenti (CS Peter Munya's backyard) on Saturday where he spent the better part of his speech telling his boss President Uhuru Kenyatta to bare the failure of the Jubilee Party Government now that it remains clear that Raila has run away, the second in command also told Meru Locals that time is coming when politics of betrayal and deceit will be no more.Ruto has also told his boss that he's avoiding direct confrontation with him just because his (Ruto) main focus is on the ODM Party Leader Hon. Raila Odinga.
“To my friend Uhuru, Mimi sishindani na wewe my friend, nashindana na Mzee Wa Kitendawili, simama kando wacha Sisi tumenyane," Ruto Told Meru Locals on Saturday.
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