Attempts by civil societies, including the church, to bring President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto together continue to make headlines,as Kenyans wait to see what will become of the two top leaders.
Those wanting the DP and Uhuru to reunite contended that the more the two top leaders throws their differences in public, the more dangerous it is for Kenyans, especially with the next general election only a few months away.
And now as per The Star, reports have emerged that those around the President in State House could be the ones behind the move to reconcile DP Ruto and President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Reports indicate also that the State House might have given up on stopping DP Ruto, hence turning for the last option of negotiating with DP Ruto.
It is also claimed that DP Ruto is not interested in the reconcilation talks, questioning how he has been so much pushed out of the government and humiliated.
It is also reported that the State House wants an assurance that DP Ruto will treat them well,if he forms the government next year, after all indications point out that the DP has a higher chance of suceeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta.
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