In less than 50 days Kenya will be heading to choose their next leaders and as days continue to edge closer political temperatures in the country have continued to rise each an every day.
William Samoei Ruto has been accused of leaving the president and starting Campaigning just after the handshake that happened on 2017. The Constitution of Kenya doesn't allow the president to fire his Deputy President.
David Murathe has informed Kenyans that William Samoei Ruto is a very lucky person because were it not for the Constitution of Kenya he would have been fired by the president.
Giving more information on it David Murathe has informed Kenyans that the president can be able to appoint Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka as the chief minister of Kenya today and tomorrow he can fire him, but the deputy president cannot be fired.
Here is what David Murathe has said;
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