Kisii Deputy Governor Hon Joash Maingi has revealed why His Excellency President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta is bitter with DP William Samoei Ruto, and why he pushing for Raila's Presidency despite the struggle he is encountering.
Speaking to TV47 on Monday morning. Maingi said President Kenyatta wanted DP Ruto to drop his Presidential bid and support the Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Raila Amollo Odinga despite the agreement they had back in 2013.
Maingi went into details revealing that the Interest of President Kenyatta was to push for the popular Building Bridges Initiative. But when he consulted DP Ruto over BBI Issue. Ruto declined the proposal.
"President Uhuru Kenyatta was Interested with BBI. On the other side, DP William Ruto was focused on his Presidential bid. When Uhuru Kenyatta approached Ruto, asking him to support BBI. Ruto could not adhere with Kenyatta's condition."
"And that is where the difference between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto began. And that is the exact reason why Uhuru Kenyatta is pushing for Raila's presidency."
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