During today's Madaraka Day Celebrations in Kirinyaga County DP William Ruto and President Uhuru Kenyatta were seen together laughing after a long period of time. When DP Ruto was given an opportunity to address Kenyans he praised his boss claiming that during his tenure the country has witnessed unprecedented transformation and that his boss will leave a good legacy after his term.
However, DP Ruto clarified that he will ensure that he secures a good it through bottom-up economic development model that he has been advocating for and intended to use in his administration if he secures the top seat in the land.During the address the deputy president outlined the project that were established by him and president Uhuru Kenyatta and showered him with praises.
His remarks comes amid hightening political temperatures in the country over the upcoming general election. The race to succeed President Uhuru has attracted a number of leaders including Odm Party leader Raila Odinga, ANC Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka, DP William Ruto amongst others.
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