President Uhuru Kenyatta today hit out at the deputy president William Ruto as a person of rhetoric and not anything that can help the people. Uhuru urged the Kirinyaga leaders to come together and focus more on things that can take them to the next level.
It's clear as of recent Waiguru has been trying to join the UDA party as opposed jubilee. She has hinted before of her position making it clear she was tired of the leadership in the ruling party.
Speaking to the people, Uhuru urged the leaders to work together behind him and support his agenda ahead of the 2022 general election. Uhuru made it clear that the people must focus more on things that can add value as opposed to fighting like has been witnessed recently.
This just confirms as we move into the 2022 general election a lot of things would change. It's clear Uhuru is most likely to support Raila Odinga as opposed to William Ruto whom he terms as a person of nothing but just rhetoric instead of helping him deliver to the people of Kenya.
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