Monday May 18, 2020 – Deputy President William Ruto reportedly met with his allies yesterday to strategize their next move after his political marriage with President Uhuru Kenyatta appeared to be on the rocks.
According to sources, Ruto urged his allies to stay put and let their rivals have a field day noting that it was important to sit back and strategise.
“In war, you don’t show your enemies all the arsenal; you will lose.”
“You must retreat and study how far they can go and strategise on how to counter,” a source stated.
“This is just the beginning.”
“It’s too early for them to celebrate,” the source added.
Ruto revealed that he was directing his energies towards dispensing his constitutional duties and will not be tricked into beefing with President Uhuru Kenyatta.
“I know they are after me.”
“I will stay put and keep my silence.”
“This purge against my allies is targeted at forcing me to quit.”
“For now, I will not engage or respond.”
“I will continue serving needy Kenyans during this Covid-19 pandemic.”
“This is more pressing and urgent,” stated an MP who attended the meeting.
“Already, people are asking where is the DP? I am here, discharging my constitutional duty and I will not stop now,” he added.
Ruto also told his troops in the Senate and National Assembly who hold positions to resign so as to deflate Uhuru’s machine against him.
The Kenyan DAILY POST