Former Machakos Senator Johnstone Muthama has responded to President Uhuru Kenyatta critics on Deputy President William Ruto. Yesterday Uhuru Kenyatta asked Ruto to either stay in the administration of the Goverment or quit the office of the Deputy President.
This is after Ruto critics on Jubilee Government of failing on the implementation of some agendas they had promised Kenyans due to Kenyatta involvement with ODM leader Raila Odinga.
Muthama has stated that the thoughts of President Kenyatta that Ruto may resign are defective and ridiculous. Giving his reason why it is imposible for Ruto to resign, Muthama reflected the 2017 campaigns where Uhuru stated that he will go for 10 years and also help Ruto for another 10 years.
Muthama also added that as per the 2010 constitution, the two were elected together and Ruto can't resign. Muthama has sent an message to Raila urging him to quit the handshake between him and Uhuru Kenyatta so that Jubilee may achieve its manifesto.
"Mark you, William Ruto was elected too in 2017 (as per COK 2010) and he is going NOWHERE. Let @RailaOdinga leave HandCheque Partnership for Jubilee Administration to achieve its Manifesto", Muthama stated.
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