As the government attempts to deliver on its development plan, President Uhuru Kenyatta has criticized his Deputy Willliam Ruto for his frequent political visits across the nation.
President Kenyatta stated again after presiding over the Health Workforce Conference in Mombasa that the origins of his differences with Ruto stem from the early campaigns.
(Kazi haifanywi juu ya gari.)” Inafanywa kwa ma hospitali, inafanywa kwa ma offisi). We are unable to work on top of a vehicle. He remarked, “We work in the office and in hospitals.”
Ruto has in the last two years stepped up his campaigns including joining forces with Amani National Congress Leader Musalia Mudavadi and Ford-Kenya Leader Moses Wetangula because he had realised that his boss has no interest in helping him clinch the presidential seat come August 9.
Through the newly founded Kenya Kwanza Alliance the trio have been touring various parts of the country where they have castigated President Kenyatta’s intention to influence his succession during the General Election.