Attempts by the civil societies including church leaders to reunite the head of the nation president Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy president William Samoei Ruto continues to make headlines with much Kenyans waiting to see what will happen between the two top leaders.
According to a section of Kenyans who are really pushing the Uhuru-Ruto reunion are actually revealing that the more these two leaders continue to install differences between them, the more dangerous it is for Kenyans especially during this coming general election.
According to the Star, it is reported that those around the president in the state house could be the one pushing for the unity between the president and the deputy president. It is again reported that the State House might have given up on stopping deputy president. Hence turning for the last option of negotiating with the deputy president.
What the State House is now asking the deputy to do is to Assure them that once he forms the government he will treat them
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