President William Ruto could end up having handshake with Raila Odinga if Governor Johnson Sakaja's words are anything to go by.
President William Ruto has been firm on his decision to have handshake with Raila Odinga. Ruto has been clear that he would not allow for handshake in his government.
While suggesting a handshake between the two leaders, Governor Sakaja told president William Ruto that it is wise for him to enter into a handshake with Raila.
Sakaja told Ruto that by him accepting handshake, he will overcome the anti-government protest that will derail the economy.
According to Johnson Sakaja, the concerns been raised by Raila Odinga and the opposition are the legitimate concerns which president Ruto should address.
Among those legitimate concerns mentioned by Sakaji is the high cost of living in the country that Ruto should address .
However, do you think Sakaja is advocating for the handshake between Raila Odinga and president William Ruto or he is also concerned about the high cost of living in the country?
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