As the August 9 General Election draws closer, it is alleged that the Deputy President William Ruto has been too hard on President Uhuru Kenyatta. He has now been told go slow on his onslaught against the head of state. Murigi Kamande who is an advocate believes that the Deputy President William Ruto going full throttle on Uhuru adds no value to his Kenya Kwanza camp.
However Kamande alleges that this move by DP Ruto could hurt his pursuit for State House seat. Murigi Kamande also says that President Uhuru Kenyatta should do the same and go slow on his deputy and avoid the bare knuckle attacks. The advocate added that the differences between the two top leaders are just political and not anything personal.
"Deputy President William Ruto is going full throttle on President Uhuru Kenyatta but I think it is time to tone it down because it does not add any value at all to his campaigns and this applies to the President Uhuru Kenyatta as well." Murigi Kamande stated.
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