The war between the Deputy President and his boss President Uhuru Kenyatta has been going on for a while now. The two national leaders have been fighting each other for the best part of their second term.
Members of Ruto's Tangatanga team have often been on the receiving end of Uhuru's anger after crossing his path or that of his family. The latest culprit is former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko. The vocal leader has been on the receiving end of the government's anger after he attacked the president and his family.
He is currently being held at Kamiti Maximum prison awaiting court proceedings. Earlier today the Deputy President assured his supporters that Sonko will be fine. Ruto was speaking during a rally in Kisauni.
"Mambo ya huyo ndugu yangu Sonko tunashughulikia very soon mutamuona na sisi tena," Ruto said
Crowds were heard chanting Sonko's name forcing the DP to respond. Here is the Video 1Video 2.
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