It has been a while since the Catholic bishops had called for a reconciliation between the two political bigwigs that is president Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto. However, Dennis Itumbi hustler nation spokesperson has alleged that Statehouse is planning to respond to the claims of reconciliation as more details are revealed.
According to Dennis Itumbi, the statehouse is currently planning to respond to the UhuRuto handshake which was initiated by the Catholic Bishops. At the same time he has alleged that the plan is to also send the Bishops to the DCI boss George Kinoti and NIS boss to get a brief information on what brought the rift between the two leaders claiming that it was what contributed to the drift between the two bigwigs.
Meanwhile, Raila Odinga is planning to visit Rift Valley this week to share his ideas of Azimio La Umoja with the residents and leaders from the region. This is going to be the first tour of Raila Odinga in the region since he started meeting delegates from different regions.
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