The election date is approaching with less than 100 days to the August 9th general election and the politicians are in the race against time ,in their quest to seek for votes to form the next government
Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua today however revealed why the former prime minister of the republic of Kenya ,Raila Amollo Odinga ,sacked the deputy president of the republic of Kenya,Dr William Samoei Ruto who was then the minister of Agriculture
Machakos Governor was the government's spokesman then.Alfred Mutua said he received a call on the 14th of June 2010 from a member of telling him that William Ruto was sacked.
The late president Kibaki then convened a meeting and was wondering why Ruto was sacked yet he was his best minister.
Alfred Mutua alleges that the reason why Ruto was sacked ,was because he was overworking and ensuring the people are served that was against the will of Raila who he alleged wanted to benefit himself
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