DP Ruto has always had a bad relationship with his boss since the famous handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Despite that, the DP has today changed his tune to praise these leaders while giving out the only mistake they have been doing that does not please him.
According to DP Ruto, these leaders are not bad because the only problem they have is planning to change the constitution first before they deal with the hard economic issues that are affecting Kenyans.
"Sio watu wabaya lakini agenda yao ndiyo iko kombo. Tunawaambia kabla hamjatubia tubadilishe katiba ipatikane cheo fulani ya wadosi, ipatikane vyeo fulani ya wao kugawana ipatikane mamlaka sijui tugawane na kina nani? Kwanza wacheni mambo ya kubadilisha katiba, wacha kwanza tubadilishe hii uchumi," said DP Ruto.
DP Ruto has maintained that the welfare and well-being of the ordinary citizens will be a priority for him before he thinks of engaging in politics aimed at changing the constitution.
Below is the YouTube video link, click on it to watch for yourself what DP Ruto said in Migori.
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