It is no longer a secret that the bromance between his Excellency the 4th President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy President Dr. William Samoei Ruto is broken beyond repair. During their first term in office, every Kenyan envied their brotherly ties but little did Kenyans know that it was short-lived and could not see the two throughout their second term.
Dp Ruto has made a strong revelation to the public about his 'bad' relationship with his boss Uhuru Kenyatta. He has shown that the rain started beating them when the Supreme Court annulled their victory on 2017 September 1st. This gave Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy a shock of a lifetime. Dp Ruto reveals having a hard time convincing his Boss to go into the battlefield for the second time. Uhuru Kenyatta had already given in and was saying that the two should just leave that thing. Uhuru Kenyatta was ready to leave for his rural home in the Gatundu constituency, Ichaweri.
This moment got into the nerves of the Deputy President. He has revealed to the public that the moment almost turned physical. Dp Ruto has stated looking at him on his face like 'Wewe' and if not for his respect, he almost slapped him.
Dp Ruto counts this moment and that by his convincing in 2017, President Uhuru is serving his second term in office. Kenyans have reacted to this revelation with mixed comments.
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