On Friday, Deputy President William Ruto met with Kikuyu Elders behind closed doors, and those present included President Kenyatta's relative Captain Kung'u Muigai and Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria. A voice recording from the meeting has since been leaked, detailing how Ruto revealed an alleged heated altercation with President Uhuru Kenyatta at State House that almost got violent. Moses Kuria possesses.
Kung'u Muigai, Uhuru's cousin, and Moses Kuria acknowledged and purportedly validated the contents of the allegedly leaked recording of Deputy President William Ruto's address.
Kung'u Muigai also addressed reports that Uhuru Kenyatta had given up on defending his second term and was on the verge of doing so in 2017. After the Supreme Court overturned their victory, DP Ruto stated that Uhuru told him he wished to return to his home village in Kiambu and retire early. However, DP Ruto reportedly pressured Uhuru, and the president decided to re-run the poll.
"That came up, and he was very clear that Uhuru was so dissatisfied and disillusioned that he considered not running in the rerun election." That is something I can personally attest to. That is correct. Ruto is the one who informed him, 'No, you can't do that.' You can't just walk away.
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