According to Hon George Peter Maluma the Bishops should Advice the second in command of the republic of Kenya William Ruto to stop his insubordination to his boss president Uhuru Kenyatta because that is the only solution for reconciliation between them both.
Here is what Hon. George Peter Maluma shared on his official tweeter page asking the Bishops to advice deputy president William Ruto to stop his insubordination to president Uhuru Kenyatta his boss!
"Some Bishops now say there will be war between supporters of the President and those of Ruto unless they reconcile.What a nonsense?
"Where on earth is an assistant reconciled with a boss. Tell Ruto to stop insubordination and respect the President.
While a section of deputy president William Ruto's supporters are alleging that, having Uhuru on his side is unnecessary baggage in the run up to the elections. because they now think that Deputy president William Ruto is strong on ground come 2022.
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