After the famous handshake between Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga things went south for DP William Ruto where he experienced the worst side of Jubilee Party administration where he lost most of his role for failure to support government agendas. He went a head to popularize his 2022 ambitions and has managed to outshine Uhuru's popularity in his region in Mt Kenya by winning several by-elections defeating Kenyatta's led party.
However, Kenyatta has been asked to leave DP Ruto continue with his 2022 ambitions as he has no interest in them as he is retiring. Speaking in an interview with KTN NEWS Dismas Mokua alleged that the president is going home and not interested with re-election and that he should allow his deputy to gain grounds in his backyards.Mokua continued to asset that president Kenyatta is worried of his deputy but tells him that by 2022 he will be out and that Ruto should not worry him at all.
It's in record that Kenyatta has been attacking his deputy for his earlier campaigns and going against the agendas of the government that he should be serving. However, Ruto has been asking him which work does he want him to perform and all his roles were given to his juniors.
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