President Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto have not been seeing each other eye to eye after fallout back in 2018 when The head of state entered into Political Truce with ODM leader Raila Odinga.
Uhuru has even dared The second in command to quit From Jubilee Administration is He Feels unwelcomed rather than criticising the same Government He's Part of. Dr Ruto accused Raila of Hijacking The ruling party and diverting it's attention From Big Four agenda to Building Bridges Initiative
Radio Africa Digital Editor Oliver Mathenge has reveled that President Uhuru Kenyatta is chairing the first Cabinet meeting of the year at State House, Nairobi alongside the Deputy President William Ruto
The second in command skipped last Meeting after He alleged that He did not Receive any invitation. Uhuru met with Principal secretaries, Cabinet secretaries and chief assistant secretaries to talk about BBI and Big Four agenda.
Ruto had hinted on working with Uhuru after BBI sails Through. The race To Referendum is closing in after Over 40 County assemblies passed the Bill.
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