The president and his deputy William Ruto are now reading from totally different scripts having fallen out following the 2018 handshake.
Nevertheless the DP is keen on inheriting his boss with the help of the vote-rich mount Kenya region where Uhuru has been the kingpin.
The DP has been defending his Utterances with media houses now being accused of misreporting him.
Kiambu gubernatorial aspirant kimani wamatangi has taken a swipe at the star for its headlines on the Tuesday publication.
Speaking through KTN news, wamatangi claimed when Ruto said he held three meetings while Uhuru was asleep, he didn't mean that Uhuru actually did nothing.
According to him, the DP was just narrating how the jubilee side worked hard to get the government in 2013 and 2017.
"In his campaign Ruto was just narrating how we got government in 2013 and 2017", he said.
He accused the media of trying to drive a wedge between the president and his deputy so as to make more sales.
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