Ruto told citizen TV on Sunday night that he would not want his deputy to be humiliated in any way.
He claimed that he has previously indicated explicitly the tasks of his deputy, and hence Gachagwa will be quite busy.
When asked what he would do if the deputy went rogue, he stated the law would take its course."If he goes rogue, the law will take its course; if he fires anything against the constitution, the law will take its course." He said.
Ruto also stated why he hasn't resigned from government despite the fact that he is no longer allocated any duties by his employer.
He stated that there were many who wanted him to quit and that he would not allow them to succeed.
Second, he stated that there are no compelling reasons for him to quit because he has not failed to complete any of his duties as deputy president.
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