For a period of time now, President Uhuru Kenyatta has not been in good terms with Deputy President William Ruto. They have been taking on each other publicly, something that has not been going down well with some people in the country who have been calling the two leaders to reconcile.
Just recently, DP William Ruto opened up to reconciliation talks as he claimed that he is ready to talk to President Uhuru and get back together with his boss but just some hours later, he has been given a big blow as his reconciliation plan with President Uhuru was condemned by lawyer Donald Kipkorir.
Through his official twitter account, Donald Kipkorir stated indirectly that Ruto's camp has been abusing the President and his family since 2018 before he condemned them of turning to the same President at the moment.
"Since March, 2018, they have abused the President using all expletives & even dragging his family trough the mud … Yet all times, they get excited when the President is seen with them … Now, they are desperate for reconciliation …. Thought they had god & the people!" Tweeted Donald Kipkorir.
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