Nation Africa said that the former head of state took a trip abroad to relax after the general elections on August 9.
Uhuru, on the other hand, came back to Earth last Friday but hasn't been seen much. People say that he spends most of his time at his private home in Nairobi.
People say that the ex-commander-in-chief didn't go to Raila Odinga's thanksgiving ceremony on Thursday so he wouldn't look like he was still campaigning.
"Kenyatta didn't go because he didn't want people to think he was still campaigning," a source told Nation.
Raila Odinga, the leader of Azimio la Umoja, held a dinner on September 30 to honor and thank the Azimio Secretariat for running his campaign even though he lost.
Uhuru also wanted to avoid running into President Ruto, who put him in charge of Kenya's special envoys to Ethiopia and the DRC.
A member of President Ruto's inner circle went to see Uhuru at his home a few days ago for unknown reasons, according to the local newspaper.
Uhuru missed both the Thanksgiving party and Azimio's Parliamentary Group Meeting in Athi River in September.
The former head of state was at the Masai Lodge parliamentary group meeting in Kajiado county, which was the last time he went to an Azimio meeting. During the meeting, the Azimio camp came up with a plan for who should lead the National Assembly and the Senate.
Before the meeting, Uhuru went to Raila Odinga's home in Karen to spend time with him. Raila hurt himself when he fell off of a treadmill.
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