The Deputy President of Kenya William Ruto has now said that he is ready to be reunited with the President of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta. The Dp William Ruto had been working peacefully with the President of Kenya, the two have been the great friends, they fought together boldly in the previous elections, until they were successful in 2017 General elections. The relationship between the two leaders mentioned above started to deteriorate, and therefore the Catholic church has tried to intervine and help the situation.
With this regard, the Deputy President of Kenya has said that he is ready to be put together with the President by the bishops. He further said that he is ready to do that in the morning without condition, because the president is his boss. The Catholic Bishops have promised to unite the two leaders because they are able to access them. The Catholic Bishops said that they are ready to spearhead talked in order to have two mend the fences, so as the country to continue having peace.
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