MP Peter Kaluma. [Source/NN]
Homa Bay Township MP Peter Kaluma has castigated a section of clergy calling for reconciliation between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his entranged deputy William Ruto.
The Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops(KCCB) has asked Uhuru and Ruto to end their differences warning their feud has the potential to spark political chaos that would leave the country heavily damaged.
Archbishop Anthony Muheria of the Nyeri Catholic Archdiocese said the religious leaders have planned a meeting that will bring the two most senior government leaders together and find a solution to fight which is causing anxiety in the country.
But in a tweet on Monday night, Kaluma dismissed the call by the Catholic Bishops claiming the clerics have been compromised, and asked them to repent for "loaning out the pulpit for 30 shekels."
The vocal ODM MP accused Ruto of insubordination saying there was no need for church leaders to try and bring him together with his boss
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