The deputy president William Ruto has explained what he will do Incase his relationship with the DP becomes sour should he Wins the next election and form government.
Speaking to citizen TV on Sunday night, Ruto said he wouldn't wish his deputy to be humiliated in any way.
He said he has already stated clearly the roles of his deputy and therefore Gachagwa will be a busy man.
Asked on what he would do should the deputy become rogue, he said the law will take its course.
"If he goes rogue, there is the law, if he fire anything against the constitutional, the law will take its course". He said.
Ruto at the same time explained why he hasn't resigned from government given that he is no longer assigned any duties by his boss.
He said there are people who wanted him to resign and he wasn't going to allow them achieve their objectives.
Secondly he said there aren't any solid reasons for him to resign because there aren't any assignments he failed to do as the deputy president.
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