The deputy president William Ruto has urged the country to stand together and wish Uhuru Kenyatta a happy birthday. According to Ruto, Uhuru is leading Kenya to greater heights and he would only wish him a happy birthday and many years to live.
The deputy president William Ruto is of the view that the head of state is leading Kenya to great promise. He has forgotten the differences and moved in to ensure moving forward his relationship with Uhuru doesn't collapse.
Ruto wants Uhuru Kenyatta to warmly enjoy his birthday and enjoy his day as its clear today is his day. Though the two top most leaders have had differences, they have not shied away from wishing each other well as we move into the 2022 general election.
It's clear Uhuru Kenyatta is supporting Raila Odinga though Ruto seemingly has accepted that factor and moved on. He however harbors no bad blood as he has always thanked the president for his immense contribution to the development of our country Kenya.
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