Uhuru silently throws a low tackle at Ruto humiliating him in public

President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto are playing a tit for tat game, “Hit me, i hit you right back.”

Just the other day during the National Prayer Breakfast meeting both leaders attacked each other.

“Let us put into practice what we preach. We love making commitments but let us stop talking about doing it but let us actually do it,” said the President.

DP William Ruto, on the other hand, made a speech that many suspect was directed at the President.

Ruto started by saying that when President Jomo Kenyatta died, he was in the field looking after cattle and that when the news broke, he ran home.

Well, I think Ruto was trying to tell Uhuru Kenyatta that when his father died, he was just a village boy taking care of cattle while Uhuru was the President’s son.

With this, the DP was trying to tell Uhuru that he has risen from strength to strength despite not coming from a rich family.

Ruto seemed to be telling Kenyatta that although he is not part of a dynasty, he has made it to the top.

This is a clear message that the battle for the leadership of this country will be between the dynasties and hustlers.

But President Uhuru Kenyatta has also humiliated his Deputy at the National Madaraka Day celebration.

President Uhuru Kenyatta told off the Deputy President William Ruto for early campaigns in the country.

President Uhuru Kenyatta has also condemned the politics of name calling in the country which his deputy has been using to humiliate Hon Raila Odinga.

President Uhuru has urged the leaders to live the dream of the fore-fathers by matching forward as one.

He has also acknowledged the pain in the path matching forward.

But the President has expressed confident in working hard to ensure the value of the nation are uphold and achieving the goals of the state.

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