President Uhuru Kenyatta's cousin Kung'u Muigai has opened up on the frosty relationship between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto. While referring Uhuru and Ruto as his young brothers, Kung'u Muigai has stated that he has known them for a long time and has played a role in showing them the direction.
Muigai has further stated that he feels sad seeing the sour relationship between the president and the DP. Muigai stated that it is a shame to the country when the two top leaders engage in public spat.
Kung'u Muigai has further hinted that he has made efforts in trying to reconcile Uhuru and Ruto. Muigai added that he had made efforts in trying to find out the issue causing divisions between the President and DP.
Kung'u added that the fight between Uhuru and Ruto is sibling rivalry. However he stated that the two top leaders had taken their differences too far and they needed to be reconciled. Kung'u stated that there are elders who Uhuru and Ruto can approach and seek reconciliation.
"I am saddened to see what is going on between Uhuru and Ruto. As leaders, they are embarrassing this country. To this day I do not know what they are fighting for. What is going on between Uhuru and Ruto is sibling rivalry. But I will inform both of them that they have taken their differences too far. If there is a problem, we have elders who they can approach and share their problems so that we can solve together" Kungu Muigai stated while speaking on NTV.
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