For a good period of time now, the clergy has been asking president Uhuru and deputy president William Ruto to reconcile. According to them, their reconciliation will strengthen the peace of the country now that we are heading towards elections.
However, professor Makau Mutua has a different feeling about their reconciliation. He criticised DP Ruto for accepting the reconciliation appeal. He asked why DP Ruto is begging the clergy to reconcile him with his ex-boss who is Uhuru Kenyatta.He added that Ruto brought about the divorce because of four things; irreconcilable differences, desertion, cruelty, and serial infidelity. He finished by urging the DP to accept his fate and move on.
Mutua's sentiments comes few minutes after the deputy president accepted to be reconciled with president Uhuru. He said that he respects his boss and people who did not help them make the government should not disrupt. He also added that his decision is unconditional.
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