President Uhuru Kenyatta has dared his deputy William Ruto to resign instead of criticising the government from within.

Speaking in Uthiru on Friday the President questioned why leaders are double speaking on matter development yet they are firmly in government.

“... for a leader to keep employing doublespeak whenever he is addressing Kenyans... on one hand he is saying the government has failed and on the other hand he is saying we as a government has done this and that development,” the president said.

“That is doublespeak, you can’t be speaking of the failures of a government where you serve while at the same time outlining what you refer to as we have achieved as a government. You better resign,” Kenyatta continued.

Uhuru told Mt Kenya region that Ruto does not love them claiming that the DP lies to the region and asks people to abuse each other.

He further asked the region to wake up and be cautious of being lied to and turned against each other.

On Thursday President Kenyatta’s startling declaration that he will not hand over power to thieves infuriated allies of DP Ruto.

Although the President did not mention names, allies of Dr Ruto told him off saying the voters will decide who will be the next President.

The President told the DP’s allies that he was not bothered by their insults and was focused on fulfilling his agenda for the people of Kenya.

He wondered why some politicians are fighting efforts to champion for the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI).