Speaking in a recorded video, the Deputy President has alleged that Amani National Congress Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi, Wiper Kalonzo Musyoka, Ford Kenya Party Leader Moses Wetangula, and Orange Democratic Movement Party Leader Raila Odinga are full of greed informing them on the need to tame their greed.
According to the Second in Command, he has told the former National Super Alliance leaders that they should stop bothering President Uhuru on matters endorsement informing them to allow the President to perform his duties which he was given by Kenyans.
"Some people are bothering President Uhuru with some demanding a change in constitution to settle their greed. Mwache tamaa, waambiwe waache tamaa. Waruhusu Rais afanye Kazi aliyopewa na Wakenya," DP Ruto has said.
The remarks from the DP come a time when the former National Super Alliance co-principals are divided on matters of president Uhuru Kenyatta's succession with the whole team alleging that they want to be part of the succession.
Jubilee Vice-Chairman David Murathe has however informed that " Expect Jubilee, ODM, and One Kenya Alliance to be on the same side when the elections are called. The work the President and his political friends are putting in place will soon show. Our opponents are in for a rude shock."
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