You cannot demolish a house you’re in – Transport CAS

Transport CAS Wavinya Ndeti during an inspection of Embu Civil servants housing project Thursday. Wavinya asked DP Ruto to work closely with his boss. (photo credit - Courtesy)

Transport CAS Wavinya Ndeti has hit back at Deputy President William Ruto over the differences between him and President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Speaking Thursday in Embu while on an inspection tour of the Civil Servants housing project, The Transport CAS said the differences between Ruto and Kenyatta must be resolved before they affect the running of the government.

“Ruto should support his boss so that they deliver what they promised in 2017. You cannot bring down a house in which you are in. I ask the Deputy president to join hands with his boss.” the CAS said.

“He wants to vie for presidency let him unite with his boss so that when he comes to seek votes he doesn’t say he did not work as he had differences with his boss.” The Transport CAS added.

Wavinya, the Transport CAS noted that the progress of the project was appealing but had slowed down due to the ongoing rains. She asked the contractor to go the extra mile.

2 weeks ago, Wavinya was trolled on social media for taking on Ruto over his remarks that reggae and bhang will stop.

“DP, I am disappointed with your remarks on those in BBI. “This reggae, magicians, and bhang shall be stopped, “ Yes, Kenyans are a God-fearing nation. Remember my friend thou shalt, not Judge. God is almighty, all-powerful, conquerer and the power start & stop anything rests upon him. ” The Transport CAS then said.

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