Over the recent past, President William Ruto's top lieutenants have shown signs of sharp differences that have since indicated that the party might not be in order.
Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi and Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua have also depicted major sharp differences regarding the supremacy in the Kenya Kwanza government in accordance to the roles tasked to them.
In spite of the fact that Gachagua is literally the constitutional boss, assignments assigned to the Super CS have shown him being very powerful in the government, with some speculating that other roles should have been assigned to the DP.
On the other flip side, Nairobi county boss, Johnson Sakaja has been engaging Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua in a public cold war because of the Governor's move to take away the operation of Matatus out of the city's CBD. However, signs have since shown that Sakaja is backing down from the heated spat.
In the fresh developments, Nation informs that President Ruto who now happens to be the boss of the Coalition has since refused to indulge himself into the ongoing feuds between his allies.
Dr Ruto has decided to remain mute over the same and has reportedly avoided being dragged into their matters.
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