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Keep my connections to Uhuru upright, Ruto tells critics: The Standard



Deputy President William Ruto talks yesterday with the sisters Agnes and Mary of Marie Immaculate at the St. Bonaventure Kaheti Boys School at Mukurwe-ini, Nyeri County. [Jonah Mwangi, DPPS]

Deputy President William Ruto advised politicians to stay away from his relationship with President Uhuru Kenyatta and stop counseling him on how to deal with the head of state.

Speaking to Kaheti in the Mukurwe-ini constituency in Nyeri County yesterday, an angry Ruto said he was fed up with lecturing on a daily basis about how to conduct business within a party he was instrumental in winning.
He said that his support for his boss began back in 2003 and long before he was facing criminal proceedings before the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague. "You should always keep in mind that we came to my boss from afar, our relationship was well founded before President Kenyatta became head of state," Ruto said.
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His goal to travel the country was geared towards promoting the anniversary agenda, as promised in the 201

7 campaign.
The DP was in Mukurwe-ini to start up a new power plant in Kenya, to start road construction in Ichamara Thangathi, and to fundraise at St. Bonveture Kaheti Boys High School.
Dr. Ruto selected a group of opposition leaders who, he said, were disturbed by his 2022 presidential bid.
He urged them to let him do his work, including monitoring the implementation of the government's Big Four agenda.

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"You should leave me alone to do my work as DP," said an excited Ruto

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