As Kenya approaches general elections in less than 10 months, leaders allied to deputy president from North Rift have called for unity talks between president Kenyatta and his deputy William Samoei Ruto.
The two were seen to differ politically after 2018 when opposition leader Raila Odinga shook hands with Uhuru Kenyatta claiming the handshake would end the shedding of blood as witnessed in the recent general elections.
Speaking on 26th September,2021 the leaders from North Rift drawn their weight behind the calls for mediation talks between the two leaders.
They claimed that the change of economic standards in this country is due to their political differences.
They observed that Ruto is ready for reconciliation and that it is upon his excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta to accept their plee.
William Ruto announced earlier this week that he is ready for reconciliation with Uhuru and he went ahead to ask Uhuru Kenyatta to just tell him the day.
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