Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto have fallen off for a longtime time now after their first term that they served together as one team. However nobody has come to know of where the differences came from though John Mbadi has offered to explain the same.
Speaking in a local TV station yesterday, Mbadi affirmed that handshake is not the reason for Uhuru, Ruto fallout rather utterances by DP Ruto sometimes back. He accused DP Ruto of once saying that he was the one running the government and the entire show in government yet he was not.
According to Mbadi, Uhuru Kenyatta was obviously bitter with such words from his deputy but could not speak about them for he needed a second term in office. Therefore it's for this reason that he feels the head of state had to cut off his deputy for undermining him heavily during their first term in office.
Mbadi is extremely sure that handshake was never the reason for Uhuru, Ruto fallout rather DP Ruto utterances that have worked to undermine his boss. It's for this reason that he feels the president is at ease after free now after several years of trying to boss up and contain his over ambitious deputy.
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