The ODM key ally, National Assembly Minority, Suna East Member of Parliament Junet Mohammed has speak on Ruto's warmly welcome in Migori County revealing good details on Uhuru- Raila handshake.
According to his statements via social media, Junet has congratulated the handshake informing that it has changed the way people handled their political interests. He further informed that those who were against the handshake were realizing the fruits of Uhuru relation with the ODM leader.
" Congratulations the people of Migori for demonstrating that HANDSHAKE changed the politics of Kenya. Even anti-handshake prophets of doom are benefiting from the peace, unity and stability across the country," the legislator has penned on social media.
Ruto was attending Awendo Central Seventh Day Adventist Faithful for a sabbath service. He was in accompany of Migori Governor Okoth Obado, area Mps Mathias Robi and Marwa Kitayama.
Area residents flocked to support Ruto's presidential bid ahead of 2022 general election. Ruto on the other hand dared both Raila and Uhuru to support him claiming that he played an important role in their leadership positions.
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