Uhuru Kenyatta is no doubt the repulsive force keeping his deputy William Ruto and ODM doyen Raila Odinga apart. Since the unprecedented handshake between Jomo and Jaramogi's son, the relationship between the president and his deputy has remained frost.
UhuRaila have been working closely and many are the times they have together made public appearances sidelining the man from Sugoi. In recent weeks there have been speculations that Kenyatta and Odinga's relationship could be turning sour courtesy of their misunderstanding.
The much hyped fallout would have favoured William Ruto more and theories had started piling of possible Raila-Ruto coalition a thing Uhuru has since suppressed. ODM and Tanga Tanga lieutenants affirmed that's its possible for them to work together ahead of 2022.
Its said that the head of state drove to Raila's Karen home on 31st March and on 1st April he and Agwambo launched a number of projects a move that has kept handshake embers glowing. Its obvious the fourth don't want to lose the veteran or lest his deputy triumphs.
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