The Nairobi Senator stated that what has been publicized between the duo is just 'political differences' which have risen from the current state of the Nation, but can be solved with a single phone call or a one time chat.
Speaking on TV 47 today evening, Sakaja noted that what has made their disagreements more public, and the fact that they now look as irreconcilable, is contribution of their allies, who have been hitting on each other.
His sentiments comes a day after President Uhuru Kenyatta in an interview with senior editors urged Ruto to down his tools if he was not satisfied with the government he is serving.
In his response, while addressing mourners yesterday in Taita Taveta, Ruto stated that he was unmoved, and was not ready to give up until 2022, when he will deliver the nation through his Bottom-up economic model.
Political leaders of both sides have been making their opinions on Uhuru's comment, with Tanga Tanga faction stating that the DP was duly elected, and hence he won't resign.
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