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DP Ruto's Camp Breaks Silence After Uhuru Called On DP's Exit As Kositany, Cheruyot Furiously Speak

President Uhuru Kenyatta has today taken his deputy, William Ruto, and accused him of running away from his job as his main aide instead of starting late political rallies, rallies he allegedly used to insult him and his government.

Speaking at Nyayo national stadium, the head of state called for his deputy to resign immediately to appoint someone else who could help him achieve his goals for Kenya.

Now, the camp of Deputy President William Ruto is facing the head of state with angry statements. Led by Soy regional member of the National Assembly, Caleb Kositany, Uhuru was told he had been fired.

He told the president that the economy began to move south even before the COVID-19 epidemic and the Ukrainian war and that he should be the one to hold himself accountable as the country's CEO.

"Kibaki's posting of operations was not good for Azimio sponsor. But Kenya has one CEO, who has to answer all the questions. Things went south before the covid war with Russia," he said.

On the other hand, Kericho County Senator the Honorable Aaron Cheruiyot said the head of state should stop looking for excuses and blame the failure of the Jubilee administration.

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