Few days ago, reports surfaced that there were faults between President William Ruto, and his Deputy Rigathi Gachagua, which came after a section of Mount Kenya MPs defied Ruto's list of EALA nominees to back one person from their region.
The allegations had it that the two had differences over state appointments, with the duo coming out public to dismiss any faults between them.
Through his You Tube on Wednesday, Political Observer Herman Manyora termed the claims as cheap, saying that Ruto and Gachagua have a good working relationship, and it is a few people from their camp who want their attention.
"That's cheap, nothing like that. I choose to believe that Ruto and Gachagua are working together very well. That is not to mean that there are no attempts from small politicians to create conflict between them and try to say they are not getting this or that."
The University of Nairobi lecturer went on to call upon both Ruto and Gachagua to ignore the leaders issuing demands to them, further adding that the move to reward the Kikuyus and Kalenjins at the express of the other tribes is counterproductive and will land them in trouble with Kenyans.
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