Honorable Martha Karua, the leader of the NARK Kenya Party, addressed a message to Deputy President William Ruto today. Martha claims that Ruto is acting as if he is a co-president with Uhuru Kenyatta rather than honoring him as his boss. The second in charge, she continued, should at least show some respect to Uhuru during his final days in power without necessarily stirring up trouble every da
"Ruto needs to stop acting like he and Uhuru Kenyatta are co-presidents. In his position, he ought to have respected the ruler and assisted him in fulfilling the campaign promises made to Kenyans. I'll demonstrate to him what loyalty looks like when I take over as second in charge "Karua replied.
DP Ruto and President Uhuru have not been on good terms since 2018. They have been arguing that Raila Odinga tricked the president into forgoing important projects in exchange for a handshake. Let's wait and watch how things develop over the coming day.
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