Ndegwa advised President Uhuru Kenyatta to stay away with Issues dealing with his Deputy. Because Ruto was bitter, and the reason he was not discussing President Kenyatta, was trying to hide his true colours.
On Monday, 23rd, August 2021. President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta had an Interview with Journalists from different media Houses. And he directly pointed out his Deputy President over his Political moves. Uhuru Kenyatta dared William Ruto to resign, and move with his Political Agenda instead of double doubling.
Speaking to Kamau wa Kang'ethe on Inooro TV. Njiru told President Kenyatta, that what he was looking from William Ruto, he might received it.
"President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta is still the Head of State. But this is a Straight Warning to him over attacking his Deputy. The act of William Ruto trying to avoid to discuss his boss, was a trap. William Ruto is a Very dangerous person. We do not know what he is Planning Next."
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