President Uhuru Kenyatta has been asked to calm down about his manifesto by Vice President William Ruto. Uhuru Kenyatta can only resign now that his term in office is over, according to Ruto. William Ruto, the deputy president, has made it clear that he has never understood the issue because he has always voted for Uhuru.
William Ruto, the vice president, has made it plain that he has not in any way approached his employer, Uhuru Kenyatta, for support. He is adamant that he has moved on and that he doesn't need Uhuru's backing in any way because he is capable of securing his own supporters.
William Ruto, the deputy president, makes it plain that he cannot be intimidated or scared by hollow showmanship because he is a man on a mission. Ruto is adamant that Uhuru Kenyatta is not his rival, which is why he must stay away. It is obvious to Ruto that Uhuru is being bothered by a chilli that is not in his mouth.
William Ruto, the vice president, is sure that President Uhuru Kenyatta is just jealous of his manifesto since he failed badly. Ruto is honest Uhuru
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