Reports of an alleged plan to reconcile the head of state and his deputy has been making headlines for the better of the week. The plot has received both proponents and opponents of equal measure but the shocking reaction was from one of Ruto's close associates. Given Ruto himself had agreed to shake hands on truce with Uhuru, it quite unexpected that his ally would slam it.
Taking to his Facebook page, Tangatnga's senator Kindiki Kithure has slammed the plans to reconcile UhuRuto but instead he called for Truce between the 'handshake' government and people of Kenya. Kindiki alleged that the only people who were suppose to reconcile was Uhuru's government after the exit of Ruto and the hustlers who have lost faith in it.
"The clergy are missing the point to suggest that the challenges facing our Nation into the future require only reconciling two individuals, the President & his Deputy. What ought to be done is to reconcile and restore the broken relationship between the post- 2017 Jubilee Government and the people...." Kindiki posted.
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