Raila and Uhuru took a handshake that settled matters in the country and saw the birth of the amendment Bill of the constitution but many people never took time to observe something about it.
It is believed that when people great each other mostly after an argument or fight is a sign of agreement, these is mostly done using the right hand of both parties as it's believed that when you give the left hand you have not fully a agreed to the truss.
As in the case of these two prominent persons,the hands were brought together but it was between a right and a left hand as president Uhuru Kenyatta is known to be left handed. Did these realy mean that he was not fully in this or it's just a normal thing for left handed people to receive greetings in such a way? That's a debate that many people have been placed on as the amendment Bill takes a turn from those opposing it changing to supporting it.
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