It's now evident that most Kenyans are really anticipating to see Deputy President William Samoei Ruto and his boss, His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta reconcile after months of reading from different pages as far as leading the country is concerned.
Recently, church leaders mobilized them to have a handshake that will thereafter paint a new picture in the Kenyan government marking a rational relationship between the two powerful bigwigs.
Dr William Ruto expressed his strong interest in doing away with the temperatures or rather resolve the differences that are keeping him distant from President Uhuru Kenyatta and join him in working towards achieving the big four agendas.
As their reunion now remains a puzzle for many Kenyans on when it will happen, fresh reports have emerged that a section of Members of Parliament from Deputy President William Ruto's perceived rural stronghold, Rift Valley have jolted their positive support to see the two counterparts polish their relationship.
They have strongly urged President Uhuru and Dr William Ruto to amicably come together and start working as a team as they share inputs in governing Kenyans.
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