Speaking in a TV Interview today the deputy president William Ruto remained clear that he will not resign from government whatsoever. According to him any attempts to push him out of government is completely misplaced and misguided for such is a prsecerve of the people of Kenya only.
Here is a video link:https://youtu.be/kD_Ms2n3R30
DP Ruto has urged his boss Uhuru Kenyatta to keep his lane and not mess around with him. According to Ruto, Uhuru has not appointed him in any position of government rather the people of Kenya who are the only one's who can ask him to quit government.
Ruto has made it clear that if Uhuru thinks he appointed him then he is misguided. He has remained clear of his agenda and plans warning those fighting him to be focused of what they want to achieve in life instead of offering empty threats that amount to nothing for he can't be scared.
Ruto has warned Uhuru and his surrogates to stop asking him to quit government for they haven't appointed him whatsoever. Ruto made it clear that the people who elected him into office are happy with his work and what he was doing to empower them hence he was not backing off under the pleasure of his boss or anybody.
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