The accusations that the government is to blame for the high cost of living currently being experienced in the country were made by Ruto yesterday.
The DP alleged that conflict of interest and state capture in the oil sector has led to the current oil shortage.
In a rejoinder through his party Jubilee, the president seemed to ask his Deputy to either resign and Officially join ithe opposition or go back to his office and help him in running the affairs of the country.
This is not the first time Uhuru is asking his Principal assistant to go back to the office and work from there.
Earlier this year, the president while in Mombasa accused his Deputy for working from rooftops of vehicles.
Ruto on his side defended his modus operandi staying planning takes plance in the office but execution takes place in the field.
The exchange of words between the two most powerful men on the land has elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans with some demanding that the president shades light on what is really happening instead of asking Ruto to resign.
Others hailed Ruto for his agitation given that there isn't any Opposition currently to speak for the rights of Mwananchi.
However, others agreed with Uhuru that Ruto should join the Opposition rather than Criticize his own government.
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