The deputy president has taken political blame games to Uhuru Kenyatta and and the police over the chaos ongoing in Laikipia county.
According to the video published by the citizen TV, the deputy president asked the president to step aside to give him the opportunity to help the Kenyan people.
According to the video, Ruto claimed that he is capable of stopping the ongoing chaos in the region by bringing the leaders together but not through intimidation as Uhuru Kenyatta does.
According to the video, the DP and his allies demanded the police to stop being used by Uhuru Kenyatta for political game plan but they should rather concentrate on development matters.
According to the video, honorable Silvanus Osoro and the Nakuru senator Susan Kihika also slammed Uhuru to step aside and give Ruto a opportunity to stop corruption and insecurity that is currently ongoing in Laikipia.
The DP Ruto has given Uhuru two weeks to resign and give him the opportunity to take Kenya to the right direction if Uhuru do not have the capacity to do so.
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