Barely days after president Uhuru was seen in light moments with his deputy Ruto during the Mashujaa day celebrations held at a Wang'uru stadium in Kirinyaga county, the DP has made another move to defend the president from a lot of disturbances caused by his perceived 'competitors'.
"I want to give a free advice to my competitors to stop disturbing Uhuru Kenyatta. They are in fact competing with me, not Uhuru. They must now face me. Again, they should wake up to a reality of the day and stop wasting president Uhuru Kenyatta's time," remarked the DP Ruto.
The change of heart by Ruto to defend his one time great ally and boss president Uhuru, has stirred mixed reactions among kenyans with a deep concern. Some have hailed him for the gesture while others criticizing him, saying he is the one wasting the president's time.
"My president, I wonder how you are full of the knowledge and pure wisdom to lift this nation daily. Haki rais wewe! ( You're amazing). Stop giving your competitors sleepless nights. Big up William Samoei Ruto," commented Chesani Alice Sawe.
"Even you stop wasting your time by always in the fight antagonizing the president Kenyatta who's your boss. You're always putting blames on your competitors. You will only be taught a very bitter lesson," posed Winshady La Winsy.
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