For a long period of time, the deputy president of the republic of Kenya, Dr William Samoe Ruto have not been in good terms with his boss, president Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta. It all started after the 2018 handshake which saw the two leaders parting their ways with Uhuru picking the opposition leader, hon Raila Odinga as his preffered succesor.
Now, today, the country's second in command is reported to have come out to send a bold message to his boss ahead of the august general elections where he is seeking for Presidency. As reported by the standard digital, Dr William Samoe Ruto has told president Uhuru Kenyatta that he doesn't need his support anymore. According to Ruto, he is not in need of Uhuru's hand to send Raila Odinga back to Bondo.
In other words, Dr William Ruto was just saying that he doesn't want Uhuru to support him on his presidential bid. Dr Ruto is competing with Raila Odinga in the coming general elections where they are seeking to take over the power from president Uhuru Kenyatta.
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