Earlier on this morning, the Daily Nation Newspaper shared details of an audio country that it had in its possession where Deputy President William Ruto allegedly threatened to slap President Uhuru at State House, Nairobi.
Picture courtesy. Image from an Azimio Rally.
The clip was not shared for many to hear as it was the newspaper that shared the details of the shocking clip that highlighted how Deputy President William Ruto threatened to strike the President in a meeting at State House Nairobi.
The clip has elicited mixed reactions from all sections of Kenyans who have voiced their support and disgust at the contents of the clip where some alleged that Daily Nation Newspaper was fabricating the whole incident.
This afternoon, according to reliable reports from Ndhiwa in Homa Bay County where the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance is pitching camp today in a rally attended by thousands, Junet Mohamed has shared the clip.
The Member of Parliament for Suna East shared the clip on the microphone where the thousands gathered heard what transpired on that fateful day in 2017 after the elections where President Uhuru wanted to quit but Ruto pushed him to go on.
The source of the clip cannot be authenticated but this brings into perspective as to when the rift between the President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, and his Deputy, William Ruto fell apart.
"I had left my place here in Karen and went to State House Nairobi, but I don't want to say what The President was doing when I got there because we are apparently elders (laughs). He started mumbling something, saying that he is no longer interested in it and he wants to go back home to Ichaweri. It is only because I was very respectful to him that I almost slapped him, because how could we give up so easily."
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