UDA presidential candidate Dr William Ruto has revealed that his fallout with president Kenyatta was as a result of his push to have the Big Four agenda.
Speaking during the presidential debate held at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Dr Ruto said that after the handshake between Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance presidential candidate Raila Odinga and president Uhuru Kenyatta in 2018, the president had shelved the Big Four agenda which was meant in part to adress the prevailing high cost of living.
Speaking during the debate, Dr Ruto who is also the UDA presidential candidate said that the Big Four agenda was sabotaged by the process of the handshake between Raila Odinga and president Kenyatta in 2018 which then led to diversion of attention to the Building Bridges Innitiative.
Dr Ruto revealed that after the handshake, he tried to push for implementation of the Big Four agenda but president Uhuru Kenyatta said he wanted to assembled a new set of people to help him implement the government agenda.
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