Uhuru dares Ruto to resign, Ruto fires back
President Uhuru Kenyatta has dared his Deputy William Ruto to resign following his continuous criticism of the government.
Speaking in Uthiru, Uhuru faulted Ruto’s doublespeak by claiming credits for successful projects and at the same time accusing the same government of engineering failures.
According to Uhuru, Ruto’s doublespeak will affect the country’s unity.
“Hakuna haja ya kuincite wakenya wenyewe kwa wenyewe. Unakuja unasema kwa mdomo moja serikali ni mbaya alafu kwa mdomo mwingine ati tumefanya kama serikali. Kwani serikali ni ngapi? Si ni moja? Kama unataka uzuri wake ukae nayo, kama unataja ubaya wake toka uwache wale wengine waendelee,” he said.
In a quick rejoinder Ruto has alluded to betrayal saying that he supported the president when nobody wanted to support him because of the ICC cases.
Ruto who was in Kiambaaa during a boda boda fundraiser, stated that he was a friend to Uhuru when he was in need.
“When Uhuru needed a friend to stand with him, when no one else wanted to support him because of the ICC cases, or because his father was president, or because he came from Mt. Kenya, I was the one who did,” He added.
Uhuru launched the Uthiru-Muthua Health Centre and Muthua Community Water Supply Project.
The health centre is part of 24 such facilities being developed by the Nairobi Metropolitan Service in Nairobi and its satellite towns.
The Head of State rallied for the BBI Bill saying it will address decades of inequality by ensuring that all Kenyans have access to government funds.