Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua and Nairobi Governor honorable Johnson Sakaja have been in disagreement for long over some number of issues touching Nairobi county.
President William Ruto has however broken his silence over their war. President Ruto has been keeping mum over the matter over weeks now.
Rigathi Gachagua and Governor Johnson Sakaja have been having differences on matters to do with Nairobi businesses.
President Ruto has told the two to respect each other role. Ruto told them he will not allow anyone to disrespect anyone's role.
"Kama Kiongozi wa taifa sitaruhusu mtu yeyote kudharau kazi ya mwenzake. Sote tunachangia katika kutengeneza Kenya moja. Paulo katika bibilia alimwambia Timotheo usikubali mtu adharau ujana wako," president William Ruto said.
Ruto said his government will deliver from the most high ranked person to the lowest ranked person.
Since the two started playing their differences in the public, he has started to chip in to solve their differences.
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