"Both of you should resign! Acheni kuvuana nguo nje!" Senator Ole Kina posted in his twitter account.
This was after President Uhuru addressed a political rally yesterday in Uthiru where he asked DP Ruto resign if by chance he thinks Jubilee government has failed.
"We are either together or apart however you can't come and assume praise and at the same time affront those you work with," said Uhuru.
The relationship between President Uhuru Kenyatta and DP Ruto has been shaking of late with every one of them tossing faults.
It is has been however noted that the COK 2010 made the relationship between the president and the deputy president is like a Catholic marriage: it's hard to get a separation, however any accomplice who is discontented with the relationship can walk out.
DP Ruto is yet to report his best course of action.
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