Misunderstanding between Kenyans Deputy President William Ruto and President Uhuru Kenyatta, started after the Handshake between Uhuru and Raila Odinga. This led to beginning of differences between President and his deputy.
Concerning the news that Uhuru decided not to support Ruto as he had promised in their last campaign, a lot of news started arising as to why Uhuru is not supporting Ruto.
Today on Ruto’s talk, he said this as shared through Nelson Havi’s Twitter account.
“The problem in Kenya today is that the Opposition is running Government and the Government is running the Opposition. There is no oversight of the Government by the Opposition as it ought to be.”
Ruto said that there is no clear understanding to whether opposition is in government or government is in opposition. And that was the reason as to why there occurred differences between Him and President Uhuru as he never supported the Handshake. What is your opinion?
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