Following calls from the clergy for mediation between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto, seems like the calls have born fruits after the DP made remarks today saying he is ready to work with the President once again.
DP Ruto said that he has full respect for his boss, President Uhuru Kenyatta and was ready to make peace.
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However, he said that there are people who came in between the two of them with ill motives, this seemed to be an attack on Raila Odinga who had handshake deal with the President.
DP Ruto said that leaders were absconding their duties by engaging in politics that was adding no value to the people.
Further, he pointed a finger at the government for hiking the prices of fuel at a time when Kenyans are struggling under the Covid pandemic.
The second in command also nodded to the clergy leaders decision to ban politics in places of worship.
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