Today kenyans woke up to some interesting news after it emerged that deputy president William almost slapped the president Uhuru kenyatta at state house.
However, more Drama has been witnessed after Junet played the said clip
Suna East MP Junet Mohammed controversial secret audio that captured Deputy President William Ruto admitting that he nearly slapped President Uhuru Kenyatta on Sunday, June 3, released over the Supreme Court ruling that nullified the 2017 presidential election.
In the said clip, deputy president William Ruto during a closed door meeting said he almost slapped the president Uhuru kenyatta after he got ready said he was willing to let go off the elections after the worrying repeat process in 2017.
Uhuru was ready to give up on his contested win leaving angry Ruto with no option but blasting him.
June blated the kenyan deputy president saying he was nit a good man and if he was willing to slap the president then he can easily kill a common mwananchi.
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