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Furious Uhuru Kenyatta Dares William Ruto to Resign

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(KDRTV) – President Uhuru Kenyatta has dared his deputy William Ruto to Resign from government instead of criticising it from within.

Speaking in Uthiru on Friday Uhuru said that Ruto and his allies cannot continue criticizing the government and at the same time taking credit for its achievements.

“You cannot on one hand keep criticising the government and on the other claiming the government has achieved ABCD. Why don’t you quit then?” Uhuru said

He said Kenya has only one government and you can be inside or outside it.

This was the second attack the President has directed at his deputy this week as the Fallout between the two leaders plays out in public.

Uhuru on Wednesday claimed that he will be retiring at the end of his term in 2022 but will not leave this country to thieves.

Read Also: RAILA Reveals Why Ruto Must Resign 

He said he was the reason some people in his government had not stolen everything.

Last month, Uhuru warned his Mt Kenya backyard against supporting Ruto’s presidential ambitions because he does not mean any good for the region.

Read Also: Junet Mohammed Dares Ruto to Resign and Make Himself President

The President’s sentiments come at a time when Lugari MCA Ayub Savula has vowed to introduce an impeachment motion against the DP.

Savula wants Ruto impeached over allegations of disrespecting the President and abandoning his role as DP.

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