Raphael Tuju has said via the Standard media that what creates differences between him and Deputy President William Ruto are political ideologies saying that they are still friends.
"I and the DP don’t just pass each other on the corridors. Surprisingly, there is so much mutual stuff going on, which I and the DP discuss freely," Tuju said.
The Jubilee Secretary-General has explained that his beef with the DP has been caused by disagreements on BBI issues disclosing that the Deputy President's biggest mistake is that he doesn't want the bill the way it is.
“It is just on BBI. He wants it another way, we want it another way, but that is his right and which I respect," he added.
After being asked whether there are plans of reuniting life after the BBI, Raphael Tuju has said that in politics anything can happen they can either work together or fail to work together.
The Jubilee SG has added that he is a leader who speaks his mind and remains loyal to what is trysted with him extending that he makes his decision without fear.
"On matters reunion after BBI, Perhaps yes, perhaps no. I am loyal, but I have a mind of my own. I articulate my views and my positions without fear because I see things differently."
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