The relationship between the President and his Deputy is far from healthy with the two leaders often Clashing over several issues within the Jubilee party and the government. Throughout their second term in office, Ruto and Uhuru have continued to have divergent views on several policy issues.
The President has been blaming his Deputy for sabotaging him by choosing politics over the development agenda. The Deputy President on his part is blaming the President for prioritizing the BBI over important issues affecting the economy.
The Deputy President continued with his attack on the President today during his address in Mombasa.
According to Ruto, the country needs to find a better way to run the economy by producing locally and borrowing locally in order to start reducing the debt burden. According to Ruto, the issue of borrowing to fund the economy is threatening the country and something needs to be done. Video
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