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‘I have fought hard not to respond to my boss,’ Dp Ruto says as he refutes slap allegations.

After the handshake between Raila and Uhuru Kenyatta in March 2018, the relationship between the deputy president and his boos deteriorated.

Dp Ruto says he has refrained from insulting the president while speaking at Ktn’s Kivumbi 2022.

Despite a public exchange of words between him and the president, he has stated that he respects him as a boss.

Dp William Ruto also stated that he wanted to know what went wrong between him and the president to warrant the disrespect shown to him.

He went on to say that despite the church leaders’ interventions, the president refused to meet with him.

The Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate also stated that he did not intend to slap the president, as his opponents claim; rather, he did what any friend would do.

The president signed an executive order barring him from participating in state functions.

Will Dp Ruto defeat the President’s team in the August election?

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