"I Respect Uhuru, I Have Never Insulted Him," DP Ruto Comes Out Clean On 'Beef' With Uhuru
By CommentatorNews | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 14 views
Deputy President William Ruto has today rubbished claims that he and his boss President UhuruKenyatta are competing for political superiority ahead of 2022.
Ruto was speaking at Isiolo where he went for empowerment of more that 70 churches just a day after having a busy day in Kiambu county doing fundraisers.
This comes after the recent dare from President Kenyatta who asked Ruto to resign from the government if he is not willing to work with him.
Uhuru has also been very critic of leaders like Ruto who he accuses of trying to divide Kenyans for personal gain at the expense of the local mwananchi.
However in reply, Ruto has today said that he very much respects Uhuru for being his boss and there is not any single day he has ever spoke ill about Kenyatta.
He went on to warn the former opposition leaders led by Raila Odinga telling them to walk out of the government and go back to being the opposition because at the moment they are confused on which side to support.
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