President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto have been asked to part ways peacefully in a way that will not hurt their “children”.
Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria said President Uhuru and DP Ruto should not be given more time to manage their divorce saying the next eleven months to the election should be peaceful.
Kuria said it is clear the two cannot solve their differences and it’s about time they got a divorce as the two have continued to encounter wrangles due to their misunderstandings.
“As a Jubilee family, it is clear that our parents, President Uhuru and DP Ruto have irreconcilable differences and in my opinion we should not give them the next eleven months to manage their divorce,” said Kuria.
The MP, speaking in Muranga further told allies of both President Uhuru and Ruto to let the two go their separate ways.
Kuria further told Uhuru and his deputy not to make their divorce noisy and messy saying their “children” meaning politicians supporting Uhuru and Ruto stand to suffer if the divorce is not peaceful.
“I am appealing people from both sides, those who support the president and those who support the DP, to let them manage their divorce. As children we can say, dear our parents manage your divorce amicably in a way that will not disrupt the lives of us, children,” said Kuria.
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