It has been a battle of words especially after an audio leaked of how the deputy president William ruto almost slapped the president Uhuru Kenyatta after claims that he wanted to quit the re-run.
Several politicians have responded to this some supporting and others going the other way. The Kenya kwanza alliance presidential assistant Rigathi Gachagua has responded to this claiming that he would love such friends who slaps you when you are in the wrong. He says that it is a reflection of authenticity from real friends as enemies will kiss you when you're making the wrong choices.
On the other hand, a renown politician Ngunjiri wambugu is against this as he says that if someone can attempt to slap the president, what can he do to anyone who attempt to frustrate him in case he take the presidency.
The deputy president who is now aiming at becoming the 5th president has responded to this claiming that there was no problem of forcing Uhuru to go for the sit. He further stated that he was the chief campaigner and wouldn't allow what he had fought for do hardly to slip away freely without a fight.
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