Over time, the president of Kenya hon Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta together with the ODM boss hon Raila Odinga have not been in good terms with the deputy president of Kenya Dr William Ruto. It all started back in the year 2018 after the handshake between president Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga which saw Dp Ruto drifting away from the government. Since then, the three leaders have not been sharing the same table.
Now, next week, Dp Ruto is set to meet with president Uhuru Kenyatta and his handshake brother hon Raila Odinga during one of the most crucial events in Mount Kenya region. The three leaders will be meeting on date 20 during the Mashujaa day celebrations. This event is scheduled to be conducted in Kirinyaga county.
During this event, president Uhuru Kenyatta together with his deputy Dr William Ruto will lead Kenyans in celebrating Kenya's heroes. On other hand,the opposition leader hon Raila Odinga will be among those leaders who will attend the meeting. However, politics will not be among the agenda during this meeting and thus nothing strange is expected to happen between president Uhuru Kenyatta, DP Ruto and Raila Odinga.
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