On March 2018 the president of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta meet with his rival in the 2017 election Former prime minister Raila Odinga in a meeting that lasted for hours before the two coming to an agreement. This was after a disagreement in the 2017 presidential election that had left kenya divided. The aim of this meeting was to reuniting Kenyans, building the nation and the president and his rival to work together. This unity has worked well for kenyans and for the development of the country. However, a lot of rumors have arouse that the president and the former Prime Minister do not have a good relationship. Kenyans have started to fear that the good relationship between the president and the former prime minister could be coming to an end. However, this was confirmed by senator James Orengo who was speaking at a church event in his home county. He said that the handshake is still strong and Kenyans should not be worried and the president and the Former prime minister are working to give Kenyans a better tomorrow.
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