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William Ruto has now regretted fighting for Uhuru Kenyatta after the president attacked him for not working in his second term in office. Many claims have now been revealed just days after the leaked audio of William Ruto was released where he revealed that he almost slapped Uhuru Kenyatta. The current situation between the President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto has deteriorated in recent days. This is after the leaked audio emerged where the deputy president was heard disclosing an instant where he almost slapped the current president Uhuru Kenyatta.
According to a popular television station, K24 television, the politicians in the country have over time shown that they should not put their colleague's words into their hearts. This is simply because politics is a game of wits and things can radically change from time to time without any particular warning. The main example given was that of the current president Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto who together shared memorable moments before their fallout. Uhuru Kenyatta has been a top critic of his deputy William Ruto since the two started showing their differences openly in public.
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