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Kang'ata Reacts To Ruto Slapping Uhuru Reports, As He Vindicates Ruto's Actions

UDA politician and Murang'a gubernatorial candidate Irungu Kang'ata has recently chosen to reveal the good side of Ruto slapping President Uhuru Kenyatta.

In a recent message the Murang'a Senator reacted to an emerging clip that revealed the deputy president who claimed that he felt like slapping the President.

According to the clip played by Suna East MP Junet Mohamed to a crowd of Azimio supporters, Ruto wanted to slap Uhuru after the President wanted to give up his presidency and retire shortly after the controversial nullification of election by the Supreme Court in 2017.

However, in a subtle message to Uhuru, Kang'ata seemed to vindicate Ruto's actions. The message also seemed to confirm that the slapping reports were true, given none of Ruto's allies including blogger Dennis Itumbi, have reacted to the slap claims.

Kang'ata seemed to be comparing Ruto to former USA president Donald Trump, who once said that he could shoot someone on the streets and still get votes from his supporters.

Kang'ata also revealed that there was nothing Ruto could do or say that could make him loose votes during the oncoming General elections.

"Donald Trump was said that he could shoot someone from the Manhattan streets and still get votes."

"Nothing Ruto can say or do that will make him loose votes." "The slap of a friend can be trusted to help you but the kisses of an enemy are nothing but lies." Kang'ata claimed.

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