President Uhuru Kenyatta and Ruto are currently not in good terms after on Monday, August 23, Uhuru dared Ruto to resign from the government. The action further broke their bond much more as it has been since 2017. According to the sources, when Uhuru was interviewed by the media editors in State House, he responded by saying that if at all Ruto was unhappy of what's happening in the government, then it would sound better if he resigned.
According to Moses Kuria, Jubilee Party is in a mess following the separation of Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto. Referring to what Uhuru said on Monday, August 23 daring Ruto to resign, Moses Kuria claims that the broken relationship is irreconcilable.
He also added that the Jubilee members should let Uhuru and Ruto manage their problems without interference. Infact they should manage their divorce amicably in 11 months without interfering country's peace.
In my opinion I think Moses Kuria is very right. Uhuru and Ruto should solve their issues silently.
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