The rivalry between president Uhuru and his deputy President William Ruto has continued to escalate. This's after the two national leaders being involved in public spact that has created uncertainty to the people of Kenya. Once again the president has asked Kenyans to ask deputy president Ruto about the projects that stalled when the second in command was in power.
According to the video that is trending in the social media as shared by Mutembei TV, Uhuru is indirectly addressing his deputy President asking him whee he was during the collapse of Sugar companies in the western region. (Those blaming me about the collapse of Sugar companies like Mumias and Nzoia Sugar companies ask them where they were during the collapse of the Companies) Uhuru said.
The president continues to lecture his deputy telling him that he should not only take advantage of the successes of the Jubilee administration but should also be part of the failures of the government. The following is the video link as shared by Mutembei TV.
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