President William Ruto finally broke the silence on the cold war that has been going on between deputy president Rigathi Gachagua and Nairobi governor Johnson Sakaja and told them that he won't allow it.
The war between the two started days ago when Sakaja ordered long-distance matatus to relocate to Green Park Terminus. However, the deputy president hit out at the governor claiming that he should have first consulted before making such a decision. He argued that Sakaja's move will affect the businesses of the Mt Kenya People, who voted for him.
For a while, this seemed to have caused a divide as leaders from the Mt Kenya region defended Gachagua while those from Sakaja's side told the deputy president to keep off from Nairobi affairs.
However, Sakaja comes out in public to announce that there is no conflict between them and that politicians are using it for their political gains.
The President who has been silent about this issue finally broke the silence and commented on it. He said publicly that nobody should interfere with someone's else work. He continued to inform them that he won't allow anyone to look down upon his colleague's work since they are all building this country.
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