Today, presidential Uhuru Kenyatta has continued to criticize his Deputy president William Ruto. While addressing the crowd, Uhuru Kenyatta wondered why his Deputy is going around the country dishing out promises. That he will do this and that. What prevented you from doing it? Is the question the president posed to Ruto. He went ahead to state that CS Munya has brought a lot of changes in the agricultural sector that the DP failed to do.
On the other hand, the deputy president did not delay to answer back his boss. Ruto says that the president should not take part in the campaigns. He told the president to give him space to face off his competitor, Raila Odinga. That they will respect him in the capacity of the retiring president. However, the daily Nation newspaper today hunted that Ruto has a plan to prosecute the president of he wins. Maybe the deputy president is bitter for what they call political deceit and conmanship. Will this be appropriate?
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