With Uhuru, Ruto possible reunion dominating the political scene, fresh details have emerged on the real faces behind the push for the reconciliation. According to a local publication, it has been established that powerful members of clergy and family friends of the duo are behind the new push.
It has emerged that after the Stop Ruto plans slowly becoming barren, the said individuals are working behind the scenes to bring the two together. According to the publication, deputy president William Ruto is reportedly against the truce, the second in command has questioned the motive yet he has been neglected for more than three years.
With what is said to be several research reports showing Ruto stands a good chance of succeeding Uhuru, the forces pushing for the reconciliation want assurance from the DP that all shall be well in the event he forms the next government.
This comes even after deputy president William Ruto publicly agreed to be reconciled with his boss president Uhuru Kenyatta without any condition. However, his remarks while in Kakamega further raised eyebrows, he reignited the dynasty narrative a move that clearly indicated his unwillingness to reconcile with Uhuru.
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