Atwoli who has been a fierce enemy towards Ruto's ambitions of ascending to power once Uhuru Kenyatta retires dropped another bombshell to him.
He warned Ruto that he will not rule Kenya if he would not learn to respect president Uhuru Kenyatta.
Atwoli reminds us that he once asked DP Ruto to seek advice from late president Daniel Arap Moi on how he ascended to power in 1978 after the death of his founding father, Mzee Jomo Kenyatta.
The no-nonsense leader said that DP William Ruto has outshined his boss, unlike Moi who was humble through his life with Jomo Kenyatta. "I'm an old man please take my advice if you want to be president," he added
Unlike Moi, Ruto articulates government projects in presence of President Uhuru Kenyatta, he doesn't respect the authority vested in the president.
Atwoli advised if Ruto wants to succeed in 2022, he should make up his relationship with Kenyatta and stop what he is doing.
Going by matrix, Ruto is surrounded by people who do not know how government works. He ignores the advice of elder men like Atwoli.
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