The former president Uhuru Kenyatta has distanced himself from Kenyan Politics to focus on Ruto's assignments of uniting DRC Congo. The former president is keen to focus on the unity of DRC Congo as opposed to playing local politics in the country.
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The former president is keen to ensure that DRC Congo achieved full success by remaining together to champion their development dream. The former president spoke to President Paul Kagame of Rwanda to ensure that the M23 rebels stop taking over key areas of DRC Congo.
The former president Uhuru has fully kept off matters local politics in Kenya to allow President William Ruto to formulate his administration and unite Kenyans. Uhuru started with brokering a deal between Ethiopia-Tigray and succeeded.
The former president is now committed to ensure that DRC Congo government and M23 rebels come together to take Kenya into the next ladder of success. The former president has kept off responding to attacks from president Ruto allies.
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