New details have emerged on how Deputy President William Ruto has planted spies to spy on his boss President Uhuru Kenyatta after falling out.
The frigid relationship between the Head of State Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto has taken the entire country’s political scene by storm, with different people including Churches clergy stepping in, trying to reunite the two country’s leaders.
According to the Churches clergies, the shattered relationship between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy is not prudent for the country, given that the next general polls are fast approaching and all the two leaders enjoy enormous support across the country.
As the talks to reform the Second in Command’s rusty, relationship with the Head of State continue, sources from State House have revealed what DP Ruto has been doing to President Uhuru Kenyatta behind the curtains which made the Head of State angry with him (DP Ruto).
The State House sources asserted that President Kenyatta used to be seething with anger, as it was routine to involve and ask the Second in Command for permission first, before making any crucial decision regarding the country’s leadership and well being.
The sources privy to the information further revealed that the Second in Command had planted spies in State House, who could report to him every single thing that was taking place in State House.
According to the sources, this made President Uhuru Kenyatta angry with his Deputy William Ruto and even completely fall out with him (DP Ruto). Since then the two country’s top leaders have not been on good terms for months now, with William Ruto’s functions and duties as the second in command, completely taken away and delegated to the Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’i or the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga after the famous handshake in 2018.
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