Few days after Deputy President William Ruto stated that he was ready to reconcile with his boss President Uhuru Kenyatta unconditionally, a number of political leaders allied to the presidents side have downplayed the DP's acceptance.
A number of the leaders claimed that Ruto must first dissolve the UDA party as he is a siting Jubilee deputy party leader, recognize the handshake and stop pointing out on the government failures.
Speaking with the Nation on Monday, Jubilee Vice Chairman David Murathe argued that the re-union between the president and his deputy is far from taking place, arguing that there are some critical information that resulted to their publicized differences.
He went on to urge the Catholic Bishops who came up with the idea if re-uniting the duo to first meet with the president and listen to his side of the story before getting in to the reconciliation talks.
“The bishops should demand a meeting with the President to be told the reasons for their parting of ways. I'm sure there is some classified information that has informed the President's action," said Murathe.
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