DP Ruto during one of his Campaigns. Photo Courtesy
As the county gears up for a tightly contested elections with the president Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto in oposing camps, the annual National Prayer day has brought in a moment of reflection and humility among the leaders at Nairobi's Safari Park Hotel.
With both president and his deputy in attendance for the annual ceremony and the last for their Jubilee administration, the country's leadership has stepped in to calm the emotions evoked by political temperatures in the country.
During the event, the deputy president who is also the Kenya Kwanza's presidential candidate candidate took the first step to make amends.
According to The Star, the UDA party leader asked the president to forgive him for any wrong that he might committed. In return he also forgives the president for whichever way the head of state might have wronged him.
President Kenyatta and his deputy during their first term in office. Photo Courtesy
It should be noted that the two have not been in good terms since the handshake between the president and ODM leader Raila Odinga in 2018.
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