Kimilili Member of Parliament Honourable Didmus Barasa has now reacted to President William Ruto's meeting with retired Head of State and Government Uhuru Kenyatta today.
Taking to his Twitter account on Monday evening, the firebrand United Democratic Alliance party lawmaker lauded the 4th President after the meeting.
He says this was a sign that politics is over and everyone should now focus on development while asking whether former Azimio la Umoja Presidential candidate Raila Odinga has accepted that Ruto won the polls.
"This is the Kenya we want, politics are over , former president Uhuru Kenyatta has accepted the fact That William Samoei Ruto is the 5th. Can someone confirm to me if @RailaOdinga has accepted or not,"said Didmus Barasa.
The sentiments by the UDA pointman in the Western region comes after President William Ruto, Burundian President Evariste Ndayishimiye and the retired President Uhuru Kenyatta met today to strike a peace deal for DRC.
Ruto who took to his Twitter account after the meeting divulged that everything was going on well and peace is on the way to the people of DRC.
Uhuru Kenyatta supported Azimio la Umoja candidate Raila Odinga in the last general elections. This was despite William Ruto being the DP for Uhuru for ten years.
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