The deputy president William Ruto has opened up on the relationship he has with his boss President Uhuru Kenyatta and the current state of the Jubilee party. Through an interview at KTN News on Thursday the 24th of June 2021, William Ruto also revealed what he whispered to the president back in Bomas of Kenya during the Launching of the building bridges initiative.
The KTN host Journalist Sophia replayed a past clip at Bomas where Ruto whispered to president Uhuru Kenyatta when he likened the Political succession to relay race and blasted Ruto for making a backward move instead of waiting for a button ahead.
While responding to this, the deputy president William Ruto said that on that day he told president Kenyatta that he was handing over the button to their Opponent. " I told the President that he was handing over our button to the wrong person" Ruto said.
When asked more about how he thinks of president Uhuru Kenyatta and the mess witnessed in Jubilee, Ruto declined commenting further about his boss but expressed regrets that he was Unable to salvage the party from the people who Allegedly let down the party leader's trust.
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