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"I Would Have Slapped Him, "Ruto Tells Kenyans

Each day, political fervour increases and those on the political team are doing everything in their power to win the impending elections in August.

This time around, four contenders are running to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta, who will step down after serving two terms as president.

President Uhuru Kenyatta has abandoned his close ally and the sitting deputy president, William Ruto for former prime minister Raila Odinga.

Yesterday during his address at KICC, he took a swipe at his deputy that he absconded duty and his lying to Kenyans that he will do this if he ascends to power.

The deputy president who was also on his campaign trail in Tharaka niti gave a response that the president should allow the former prime minister to face off with him.

The deputy president told kenyans that during the repeat elections in 2017, Uhuru wanted to give in and he said that he wanted to slap him but it's because of respect that he didn't.

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