Deputy President William Ruto has been slammed by Jubilee Party Vice Chairman David Murathe over the recent general elections, where Murathe has alleged that he has evidence of what DP Ruto told the Kalenjin community before he voted in President Uhuru Kenyatta in the 2013 and 2017 general elections.
Murathe who has been engineering the kicking out of DP Ruto from the government after the duo crossed lines a couple of years ago over Jubilee party leadership, and different political standings.
A couple of days ago, the second in command took the head by its horns when he slammed Murathe on live Citizen TV, terming Murathe as a drunkard and one who has no power in Jubilee party.
While speaking live on Inooro TV on Sunday, April 18, 2021 Murathe fired back at DP Ruto, claiming that DP Ruto told the Kalenjin community that they should vote in President Uhuru because, the latter is a drunkard and he will not be able to run the government.
According to the sentiments of Murathe, DP Ruto was an opportunist to lead the Country indirectly, asserting that he (Murathe) had a video to confirm the same and he was ready to play it so that Kenyans can know who DP Ruto is.
He dared, Inooro TV Anchor Gachuri, threatening to expose the meeting the second in command held with the Kalenjins.
“Gachuri, Evidence is here with me. William Ruto in the past year told the Kalenjins that they voted for President Kenyatta because Kenyatta is a drunkard and cannot run the government. The video is here, should I play it and see?” Murathe posed.
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