Deputy president William Ruto has today stamped his authority in Kenya by vowing to continue opening government projects. This is in contravention with Uhuru Kenyatta executive directive that have CS Fred Matiangi the mandate to continue opening the government projects.
The second in command had taken a back seat and allowed CS Fred Matiangi to continue with launching government projects. This puts him in clash with Uhuru Kenyatta who seemingly is against anything concerning William Ruto ahead of 2022.
According to DP Ruto, he was elected by the people of Kenya a reason he has resumed his duties after a long sabbatical. He has affirmed the people of Kapenguria that they should expect him often launching government projects that have stalled even as he opened several projects in the area.
DP Ruto as well warned those leaders uniting against him that he will finally deal with them as to him he was just big a movement. He affirmed that his political ideology resonates well with the people a reason he will stop at nothing going into 2022.
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