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Ruto Reacts to Sunday Nation's Publication on Efforts by The Church To Reconcile Him With His Boss

The deputy president and his boss have appeared to be reading from different scripts for the last three years. The rise of factions within Jubilee party attest to the fact that the good political bromance between the duo died out .

DP Ruto and President Uhuru Kenyatta at a past event (photo).

The church through the Catholic bishops recently showed interest in reconciling the two leaders for the sake of the country stability. The move was highly welcomed and appreciated by all and sundry across the ethnic groups .

However, the Sunday Nation's Publication today responded on the progress of the reconciliation. The article reported unsuccessful efforts because the concerned leaders snubbed the call for dialogue in order to resolve their differences .

The deputy president has just responded to the publication on this Sunday afternoon.Through his Facebook page, Ruto captioned the Nation magazine with an affirmation that indeed efforts to reconcile them were futile. He further shared a letter that he wrote to the Catholic bishops on 16 September where he expressed his openness and willingness to be reconciled with his boss.

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