Fireworks have been witnessed in the Azimio camp as Mombasa County governor Ali Hassan Joho has moved to allege what would have taken place if the Deputy President William Ruto had slapped President Uhuru Kenyatta as he said recently.
According to Joho, there is no way Uhuru could have continued to stay still without slapping back at DP Ruto because of his stature as a man.
"I have seen recently William Ruto say that he nearly slapped Uhuru Kenyatta. First I want to tell William Ruto this, who told you that Uhuru could have sat still? He would returned the slap because he is a man," said Hassan Joho.
Hassan Joho has also urged Kenyans from all over the country to consider showing respect to each other.
"I want to reminder my brothers from that party, Uhuru is somebody son just like you William Ruto. You are born and you also gave birth. Let's agree on this that Kenyans must respect each other," added Hassan Joho.
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