President Uhuru Kenyatta finally let the gloves off while at an event in Nyandarua County.
Uhuru seemed to have had enough of the ongoing shenanigans being propagated by Deputy President William Ruto.
The Head of State during the launch of the Ksh 1.8 billion Naivasha-Njabini road, vowed that he would now unveil projects without the help of his deputy.
A visibly angry Uhuru remarked that he had sent the DP to unveil the various projects but only engaged in politics.
“I used to send them to launch projects like electricity but they concentrated on politics. I will now come alone to launch those projects,” noted the President.
He added that come 2022, he would not endorse anyone specific and all candidates have to battle it out for the seat.
President Uhuru hinted that his trust on DP Ruto had faded after he kept on throwing mud on his face.
“I will not endorse anyone come 2022. I have been trusting some individuals but they end up throwing mud on my face,” uttered Uhuru.
On Monday, the two leaders were locked in an emergency five-hour meeting at State House.
Details emerged that the second in command had been summoned by his boss through a phone call.
Further information disclosed that during the forum, Uhuru lectured Ruto in regards to his efforts in undermining the BBI push.
Additional news noted that the Commander-in-chief was unhappy at how the former URP man had been threatening his legacy.
On Wednesday, Ruto suffered a huge blow after Senate upheld former Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu’s impeachment.
Tanga Tanga was defeated in the motion by those allied to Uhuru.
It was proclaimed that the happenings were a warning message to the ‘man from Sugoi’ over who is boss.
Waititu’s ouster was the second set back after ex-Agriculture CS Mwangi Kiunjuri was shown the door last month.
Despite Ruto and company having changed their tune over the BBI report, the feud between him and Uhuru looks to have gone a new level.