May 18, 2022

Bring it on my friend, Ruto tells Uhuru he is ready

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Deputy president William Ruto has told president Uhuru Kenyatta that he is ready for the battle to succeed him.
Ruto was hitting at Uhuru over his on top of the car remarks.
“You make theories in offices and you implement the plan sometimes on top of cars,” Ruto said in a Kakamega rally on Tuesday morning.
“I have been in government long enough to understand that policies and theoretical works are done in offices but implemented on the ground that sometimes entails doing so from the car tops.”
Uhuru yesterday slammed his deputy, saying that work is not done on top of the cars but in the offices and political rallies.
“They are obsessed with managing their succession but I want to tell them that we are ready for that contest my friends, bring it on. Tuko tayari kabisa,” Ruto said.
The DP assured Uhuru that he should be prepared for a tough political campaign ahead of the polls.
Ruto defended his track record in government, saying that he took part in every project that became a success in the Jubilee administration
“Jubilee government was a joint project between me and my friend President Uhuru Kenyatta,” Ruto said.
“You cannot deny me as deputy president the credit for many projects that we have achieved together. It is not going to happen my friends. Anybody imagining that they can deny me credit is wasting their time.”

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