DP Ruto has said that he'll stay strong and remain in Jubilee asserting that he won't flee from the difficulties of the party as they are ordinary in politics.
The second-in-order said the sentiments yesterday in Kaptinga, Uasin Gishu County. He said he would help his boss, President Kenyatta, to push for the Big Four Agenda after the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) document scheduled for June this year.
Following quite a while of a tireless attack on his Tangatanga members with his allies pushed out of major party positions, the DP said he will stay strong to the end.
This comes after he claimed that there is a plot by anonymous individuals to kick him out of the government before 2022. Ruto said he has offered much help to President Kenyatta for two terms. He guaranteed that the slight differences between him and the President has prompted his partners being threatened by senior government authorities.
Even as his rivals engages in a continuous engagement against his presidency bid in 2022, he said that the government is focused on accomplishing its main developed plans.
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