DP Ruto has finally reacted to conditions set by President Uhuru's camp before the reunion of DP Ruto with the president happens. Speaking in Malava, Kakamega county, DP Ruto confirmed his awareness with the conditions set for him if he wants reunion. However, he DP Ruto trashed the conditions saying with or without the handshake, he will still win.
"Brokers in Uhuru's camp have set tough conditions for the Uhu Ruto handshake as if our campaigns depend on it. Let it be known that with or without the handshake, Ruto will still make it as president," DP Ruto told the people of Malava.
This comes after a group of MPs in Uhuru's camp has a special meeting from which they emerged with tough conditions for DP Ruto. The meeting comprised of MPs Maoka Maore from Igembe North, Jeremiah Kioni from Ndaragwa, Ngunjiri Wambugu from Nyeri Town, Jude Njomo from Kaimbu, Mwathi Mungai from Limuru and Wangwe.
Among the conditions given, the wanted DP Ruto to stop UDA campaigns, go back to Jubilee, apologize publicaly for what he did to Uhuru and stop criticizing the president.
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