The deputy President William Ruto has affirmed that Uhuru Kenyatta might be bigger than him but he must respect him. According to Ruto, it's wrong for Uhuru Kenyatta to continue mistreating him just because he is powerful.
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The deputy President William Ruto is clear at the moment he is focused in winning the August 9th polls and he won't be moved a inch. Ruto is clear he is sure he will take over the country to the next level no matter all this efforts to stop him.
This comes amidst concerns that the deputy President William Ruto threatened to kick Uhuru Kenyatta in statehouse. There are reports that Ruto slapped Uhuru Kenyatta after he said he was not going for a repeat election.
The deputy President William Ruto is clear, he is Junior in government but that doesn't mean he doesn't have the powers to act. According to Ruto, Uhuru will retire from government come August 9th polls for it's evident he is a shameless leader who happened to occupy statehouse just by mistake. However as always, let's wait and see of what unfolds for it's true we clearly live in very interesting times.
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