Deputy president William Ruto today announced that he is ready for reconciliation with his boss president Uhuru Kenyatta according to what Catholic Bishops urged them to do. However, things seems to be tougher as the Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta seems not to be interested with the reconciliation with his deputy president.
According to reports, Kabando Wa Kabando reacted to deputy president William Ruto's message of reconciling with his boss by giving out a clear example of what happened with president Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM party leader handshake. According to Kabando, Uhuru-Raila reconciliation was good for stability. But the handshake failed to resolve 2017 electoral fraud instead it only enlisted NASA to government ranks especially to the Parliament. That's why ODM is still calling for Chebukati's removal. Through this information, Kabando has advised DP Ruto that reconciliation minus justice is quick sand, just transient.
According to Kabando, the two leaders needs to look for justice first so that when they reconcile, there will be no danger ahead.
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