In a media interview with journalists at State House, President Uhuru Kenyatta openly asked the Deputy President to resign if he was tired of this government. He said that that is what happens in developed democracies. The President accused the Deputy President of working against him.
The Deputy President on the other hand has been sighting humiliation from a section of a section of government officials. The Deputy President revealed that he had been stripped off his officials duties. They have now been re assigned to the Interior Cabinet Secretary, Fred Matiang'i. Today, there has been drama in what was interprated as another attempt to disgrace the DP in Taita Taveta.
There were attempts to block the deputy President from attending the burial for Mahoo ward member of county assembly, Honourable Ronald Sagurani. Police blocked his way but his security team managed to force their way through. The police then dismantled the tents at the venue in an attenpt to block the DP from addressing mourners. Is this fair treatment for the Deputy President?
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