DP Ruto on idle deputy governors, ‘the devil is a very bad man’


DP WILLIAM RUTO
File image of Deputy President William Ruto. PHOTO| COURTESY

In Summary

  • This, as the tensions between the county heads and their second in command continue to grow by the day with many governors not seeing eye to eye with their deputies.
  • "My brothers and sisters the governors, I want to tell you, the devil is a very bad man and you know the kind of loss and the kind of damage he can cause with an idle mind," he said.

Deputy President William Ruto is championing for better relationships between governors and their deputies.

This, as the tensions between the county heads and their second in command continue to grow by the day with many governors not seeing eye to eye with their deputies.

“My brothers and sisters the governors, I want to tell you, the devil is a very bad man and you know the kind of loss and the kind of damage he can cause with an idle mind,” he said.

“So, to avoid the great risk of the devil engaging idle minds in your offices because you have kept your deputies jobless, please, it is important that the relationship between governors and their deputies is worked out to avoid idle minds so hat the devil does not have any idle mind to drive any evil agenda.”

The deputy president dug in, hilariously advising the leaders against engaging in viral videos whose authenticity is in question saying: “I want to caution you that its is unlawful to watch films that have not been sanctioned by the Kenya Films Classification Board.”

“So any reference to any films that were not authorised is reference to illegal material, so we should all keep to the straight and narrow and stay in the lawful end,” he added. probably referring to the video that features Kirinyaga Deputy Governor Peter Ndambiri being assaulted.

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