After the manifesto launch on 30th June by Dp Ruto,news has been doing all over social media on how he is planning to probe president Uhuru Kenyatta after he wins elections and becomes Kenyans 5th president
The news seems to have angered president Uhuru Kenyatta and his supporters especially those from Azimio.Dp Ruto also used the manifesto launch to poke holes into president Uhuru's achievements after 4 years and he agreed he has failed Kenyans.
Today president Uhuru Kenyatta has been at KICC for Ushirika Day.While addressing Kenyans, president Uhuru Kenyatta used that opportunity to criticize his deputy William Ruto for politicking instead of working.
President Uhuru Kenyatta asked dp Ruto why he is saying that he will "do" things that were supposed to be done when dp Ruto was still in office.President Kenyatta also used the opportunity to let Kenyans know that he (dp Ruto) has not been working but instead criticizing his efforts as the president of Kenya
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