Fred Matiangi is the cabinet secretary of the ministry of interior. He has been a close confidant of president Uhuru Kenyatta. This is why he is being accused by William Ruto's allies of taking their man's duties. Yesterday while in Nyamira county, Matiangi accused Ruto of deceiving Kenyans.
According to recent clips of various rallies held by Ruto, he seems to be lacking consistency. Today he says something in a particular place and tomorrow he changes his statement. This is in an aim to entice the electorate in his place of visit. It is now clear that he praises the government on one side and accuses it later.
Matiangi has blamed the deputy president for playing opposition politics while in government. Ruto is currently the main accuser of the national government. According to a number of political analysts, Ruto may have sensed defeat. This is why he is in panic mode. It is downing on him now that he is going to face the same system he used to win the last two elections.
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