The two famous brothers whom turned into big rivals have finally shared the podium for the last time in Kirinyaga while celebrating Mashujaa day. President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy president William Ruto has led the country in celebrating Mashujaa day amid there political difference.
Ruto had to stand at podium and welcome his excellence the president to address the Nation. Ruto while addressing the audience touched the untouched part by talking about politics.Ruto promised the Head of state if he is going to succeed him he will run the country in his will and finish the projects president Uhuru Kenyatta started immediately. "Your excellency, I with bottom-up economic model promise you to deliver the Nation to where you want it to be." Deputy president William Ruto said leaving president Uhuru Kenyatta with a laughter.
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