In his official twitter account, political analyst Herman Manyora alleged that president Kenyatta humilated DP William Ruto today during Madaraka Day Celebrations in Kirinyaga after parading the development projects of his second term of administration. He claimed that Kenyatta ashamed his deputy by throwing him under bus by showing him how resources can be taken to the people in structural way.Manyora's remarks comes after president Uhuru Kenyatta outlined how his government has improved the structure and how it intends to continue improving more. Uhuru also claimed that he will ensure the that the CBC goes on well by ordering for money that will ensure that more classes are established for junior high school.
However, according to Herman Manyora all those projects that president Kenyatta talked about were achieved during the second term of Jubilee Party administration in which DP William Ruto claims that he was kicked out of office and his position taken by Odm party leader Raila Odinga. According to Manyora President Kenyatta did that intentionally in order to ashame DP Ruto who has been going contrary to the government that he is serving.
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