President Uhuru Kenyatta accused Deputy President William Ruto of making speeches while on top of cars rather than assisting in the implementation of government agendas, and Ruto has finally reacted.Ruto, who appeared enraged, claimed that his political experience taught him how to develop theories in offices and put them into practice in the field.
While on a visit to Kakamega County with Kenya Kwanza leaders headed by ANC and Ford Kenya party leaders Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula, he was joined by ANC and Ford Kenya party leaders Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula.Ruto maintained that only his troops have the capacity to take Kenya forward.
“I have been in politics long enough. You practice theories in offices but you practice in the field- sometimes on top of cars. There is no need to fight. The only team that can build on the success of the Jubilee government and correct the wrongs therein is Kenya Kwanza. Their other team is obsessed with trying to manage power and positions,” he said.