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"Hawa Watu Si Maadui" Sakaja Reveals People Dividing President Uhuru Kenyatta And DP Ruto

According to Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja, President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy, William Ruto, are not enemies. Sakaja believes the two leaders are only having minor disagreements, which are exaggerated by their respective allies to make them appear to be enemies.

According to Sakaja, leaders working as a team are like a marriage that is always full of problems, but at the end of the day, they solve the problems. He is convinced that there is a group of people who incite the President and his deputy, and that these people are their own close allies.

Sakaja stated during a one-on-one interview with TV47 that Uhuru and Ruto are not enemies.

"Sidhani kuna uadui kati yao (Uhuru na Ruto). Ni kukosa kusikizana katika jambo dogo kisha marafiki zao wanachochea linakuwa kubwa zaidi," said Sakaja, which loosely translates to; "I don't think there is any animosity between them (Uhuru and Ruto).

Sakaja's comments come just days after President Uhuru Kenyatta dared his deputy to resign from the government if he was dissatisfied with it.

The President expressed his displeasure with his deputy, claiming that he takes credit where the government has performed well and criticizes the same government where it has performed poorly.

DP Ruto, on the other hand, responded to his boss by tweeting that he is on a mission and is not ready to retreat or surrender.

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