The latter is focused on his 2022 presidential bid while President Uhuru is pushing on completing his term on a high note and his deputy has failed to support his boss to actualise it.
Speaking during an interview with Sophia Wanaina, the second in command said it would be a lack of respect talking about his boss and preferred not to do it.
DP William Ruto" It is not good manners to discuss your boss, so I would want as much as possible to discuss the President. @SophiaWanuna #Crossfire #RutoOnKTN "
However, angry Kenyans have slammed him for his double-talking as he has been criticising the President in the public, blaming him for all his intimidations and problems facing him and his close allies.
Some of the reactions
PurpleRain ""Judge me by my track record".....🤣🤣🤣......has anybody seen the track? Huyu mtu no mkora tuu. Smacking lips and rolling his eyes upwards to look intelligent while he is completely empty. Burr kabisa!!"
Anne" He only discuss about his boss Uhuru Kenyatta on Twitter n tanga tanga political rallies, not on TVs."
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