Deputy President William Ruto now claims there is a plot to kick him out of government. And he maintains that he will not be leaving the government that he helped put in power.

Speaking in baringo county the DP, who appeared to be reacting to recent sentiments by his Boss, President Uhuru Kenyatta, that he should resign instead of blowing hot and cold, Ruto said he had placed his stakes in government and must be respected.

He spoke as his allies were tear gassed in Nakuru during a meeting to strategize on London ward by election.

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