The Deputy President William Ruto has become the hot topic of discussion by political leaders who supports him and those opposed to him as Governor Granton Samboja informs the dangerous blunder DP Ruto did with ministers.
Before the formation of the Jubilee government by Uhuru and Ruto, the speculation reveals that the duo had agreed to have 50% each on ministrial posts.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto formed the government in 2013 and the alleged speculation on ministrial sharing took the center stage, each taking 50% slots.
However, Granton Samboja, has roasted William Ruto saying his 50% of the government ministrial sharing was all Kalenjins claiming no individual from the coast was offered the post.
"Term ya kwanza ulikua unatawala Kenya na mawaziri wote walitoka kwa kabila lako. Uhuru akachanganya mawaziri kutoka kila mahali. Pwani kweli iko kwa hesabu ya huyo mtu?" Governor Granton Samboja
However, Kenyans took to social media to express dissatisfaction with the Governor, some telling him to lay down the series of work he has done for his people while others told him to leave Ruto and focused on his people.
Here are the screenshots of the comments from Kenyans.
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