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What President Ruto Has Said About The Gachagua-Sakaja Feud As He Breaks His Silence

Photo courtesy is used to report the news, Nairobi County governor, Johnson Sakaja (left) and Deputy President, Rigathi Gachagua (right).

President William Ruto has finally broken his silence on the cold war between his Deputy Rigathi Gachagua and Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja.

According to What President Ruto has said, he reportedly said that he as the president of Kenya, he won't allow any leader to deminish the work of their fellow leader. Ruto gave an example from the Bible where Paul told Timothy not to allow any person to deminish him despite his body size and age.

"Kama kiongozi wa taifa sitaruhusu mtu yeyote kudharau kazi ya mwenzake. Sote tunachangia katika kutengeneza Kenya moja. Paulo katika bibilia alimwambia Timotheo, usikubali mtu adharau ujana wako," President Ruto said.

Translation; As the president of this nation, I won't allow any leader to deminish the work of his fellow leader, we are all building one Kenya. As Paul told Timothy in the Bible, do not allow anyone to look down upon you and diminish you.

This comes after there was a long heated debate after Gachagua disagreed with some of the Nairobi County governor, Johnson Sakaja, Directives on the evacuation of the long distance matatus operating at the CBD.

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