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How Matiangi Says About Dp Ruto's Role Admits He Performed It Better Than Ruto

As a result of the disclosure of some fascinating figures, the administration of President Uhuru Kenyatta's party, Jubilee, has been forced to deal with yet another unusual development in the country's political landscape.

Dr. Fred Matiang'i, the Cabinet Secretary for Interior Security, has provided frank details on how the DP was relieved of his duties as DP in the midst of the tumultuous and difficult relationship between His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta, the Head of State, and Dr. William Ruto over state operations. Matiang'i was speaking in the context of the turbulent and difficult relationship between the Head of State and the DP.

Matiang'i has recently asserted that President Uhuru put together a tough team under the auspices of the National Development and Implementation Committee (NDICC), and that he was given the responsibility to lead the team as soon as the DP began attacking the Jubilee government. Matiang'i made these claims during a recent interview.

The super CS has also remarked that taking over Dr. William Ruto's positions has provided him with a lot of joy and has been a pleasure for him to do so.

"We Cabinet Ministers gathered in an interagency context to minimize bureaucratic structures, which is why you have seen accelerated activity over the last four years managed by NDICC," said the speaker. "We gathered to discuss how to reduce the burden of bureaucratic structures." According to the CS, "I have been working on that project for four and a half years, and I have really enjoyed it."

This comes as a response to what the Kenya Kwanza Team has been complaining about since the beginning of the handshake time. It came about this morning.

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