I’m ready to go if I’ve let Ruto down – CS Duale

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I'm ready to go if I've let Ruto down – CS Duale
I'm ready to go if I've let Ruto down – CS Duale

Africa-Press – Kenya. Defence CS Aden Duale now says that he is ready to face the consequences if at all he has let President William Ruto down as a minister.

Duale said if it is the case, the President can start with him and the others who have let him down in the interest of the country.

“If the President feels I have let him down as Minister for Defence I want him to do the right thing. Start with me and all the rest who have let him down in the interest of all the people of Kenya and tell us to step aside to have a new team. I am ready, look at me, quote me,” he said on Citizen TV.

The CS went on to say that it is time President Ruto did some soul searching and let go of anybody who is a baggage to his administration.

He said that this should include him.

Duale noted that he has had the chance to serve Kenyans in different capacities over the years he has been a member of Parliament and now as a member of the Cabinet.

But if at all he is the problem stopping the country from moving towards the right direction, he should be the first to be dismissed.

“I have served the people of Kenya as a Member of Parliament, as leader of Majority, in the last two years as Cabinet Minister for Defence.

“The people of Kenya through former President Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto have given me a chance to serve but if I am part of the problem that is bedevilling the country called Kenya and our state affairs, let him start with me,” Duale said.

He further stated that it is a good time for President William Ruto to reset, for the best of the country.

Duale said that the administration has been listening to the young people, who are the vital voices.

He added that it is also important politicians started listening and effecting changes.

The CS said leaders banking on tribal lines to win elections are in for a rude shock in the coming days.

“The President must reset. We have to listen to the vital voices and they are categorically saying we are tribeless.”

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