Comedian Amoh commonly known as Professor Amoh has reacted to the audio of the Deputy President William Samoei Ruto alleging that he almost he engaged in a hot talk with President Uhuru Kenyatta after the 2017 election. According to the leaked tape, the DP is heard saying that he almost slapped Uhuru after the nullification of the election results and the unprecedented Supreme Court ruling.
Professor Amoh is a Kenyan famous commedian at Churchill show. He today hilariously reacted to the alleged audio saying that it is good for people to have friends like William Samoei Ruto who will slap you when you want to give up on your dreams.
Many Kenyans Online reacted to Amoh's post on his Facebook page with mixed views. His comments comes a day after the Azimio La Umoja movement reacted in a rally in Nyanza region that it was disrespectful for DP to utter such claims on his boss.
Here are some of the netizens comments. https://www.facebook.com/100044515206234/posts/pfbid01CYsiXrkKXQWA6vfQ5ix9THosHMFPokTTdEVtdKCbu7oBkTrPDJVsM6t6exQjgAXl/?app=fbl
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