Deputy President William Ruto today held a meeting in his karen residence where he welcomed grassroot residents from of kisii county. The deputy president prayed with these people who were present and after there he took time to respond to his critics about those people that defected to Jubilee government.
The second in command warned the Nasa brigade that they should not be pointing a blaming finger to him since they forced him out of the government. He took a dig to the Former Nasa Principals for interfering with government big four agenda aimed at delivering to citizens and mostly jobs to the young people.
He however posed a question asking those that that defected to the government to explain what they have done to Kenyans since coming inside the government. He finished by reminding them that they should not be running away when things seems to be tough and however they should bear their own consequences for contributing to the failure of the government.
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