Bahati member of parliament honourable Onesmus Kimani Ngunjiri has tightened up his fight of uniting deputy president William Ruto and president Uhuru Kenyatta. He started his mission recently after realizing that the relationship between president Uhuru and DP Ruto is deteriorating more.
Today, Ngunjiri hosted religious leaders from Nakuru and kiambu counties. The leaders went to pray with him and support his initiative of uniting President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy Dr William Ruto. It was a group of religious leaders who confidently gave their views about the whole issue.
In their speech, the religious leaders made it clear that MP Ngunjiri did not invite them, instead, it was of their view that the relationship between president Uhuru and DP Ruto was deteriorating and required to be mend.
The big question is, is Wambugu going to manage in his mission? Can the relationship between president Uhuru and DP Ruto be mend? As Kenyans, we continue to watch as events unfold, time will tell.
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