Speaking today, Kenya Kwanza flag bearer William Ruto has cleared the air due to early today claims on social media and newspapers that he will arrest president Uhuru Kenyatta if he wins the presidency.
This comes after DP Ruto launched his manifesto that stated that he will form a system that will allow the president to be arrested if found guilty of corruption and other cases.PHOTO: COURTESY
Dp Ruto has been distancing himself from the claims that follow President Uhuru Kenyatta's administration. This includes the high cost of living and increased prices of essential commodities such as sugar and maize flour.
According to the statement released today by Dp Ruto, he cleared the air by saying that nothing is going to happen to President Uhuru Kenyatta and nobody is following him. In his statement he stated, "Sisi hatuna shida na rafiki yetu Uhuru Kenyatta. Hakuna mtu hatamfuata, hakuna mtu atamfanya chochote."
President Uhuru Kenyatta has been endorsing Raila Odinga as a perfect candidate to succeed him. Share and follow.PHOTO: COURTESY
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