Kenyans have a reason to smile after a long period of tension caused by the political wrangles between president Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto.The DP has revealed that the process of re-union with the president is underway.According to Ruto, the church leaders at top positions are spearheading the re-union process.
Ruto said that he has nothing against the president and that he is fully ready to reconcile for the benefit of Kenya's progress.
"Mimi niko tayari, asubuhi na mapema bila conditions kuongea na raid kwa maana yeye ndio mdosi yangu," DP Ruto said.
Ruto said that he respects president Uhuru Kenyatta as his boss despite the political differences between them that have raised the concern of the citizens.He claims that there are individuals who disrupted their unity with president Uhuru with an aim of political gain.Ruto has given no conditions for the reconcilation process.
The unity of the two leaders will create a good gesture among citizens.Kindly share your comments.Here is the link to watch his video.
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