Rigathi Gachagua said that Raila is back to his 'old behavior' while speaking when he opened National Assembly Majority Party Conference on Legislative Matters in Nairobi on Monday, December 5.
"Uhuru was pushing us towards the old man, and we told him we knew the old man's ways and he could not change them."
"Now he is back to his old behaviour. He is saying his election victory was stolen. He had the deep state and the system, who could have robbed him?" The Deputy President said.
The Deputy President is likely to be defending his boss after the recent exchange of words in the social media by the president and the chief opposition leader.
The president was seen to respond to Raila's call for demonstrations sarcastically during a church function on Sunday in Embu.
“We know you and your operations, what we need from you is a schedule of your rallies so that we can provide you with security even if they last for years.”
“We will obtain a schedule and provide him (Raila) with security for his demonstrations even if they take a year,” said Ruto.
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