According to Herman Manyora, he has alleged that during the National Celebrations held today in Kirinyaga Stadium, the Head of State threw his Deputy under the bus explaining that he even ashamed Deputy President William Ruto by explaining to Kenyans what he has achieved during his Second Term despite DP Ruto always claiming that the Jubilee Government has failed.
Manyora has continued to state that President Uhuru even showed his DP how resources can be taken to the people in a structured way.
"President Uhuru Kenyatta threw Ruto under the bus today. In his Mashujaa Day address, the president ashamed Ruto by parading second term development and by showing how resources can be taken to the people in a structured way," President Uhuru has said.
However, despite Manyora's statement, DP Ruto while in Kirinyaga spoke promising President Uhuru that if he succeeds him he will continue to push on his projects.
"I assured you Mr. President that your legacy and the unity agenda you have set and the transformation of our nation through the Big 4 and the bottom-up approach will continue," he added.
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