H.E Dr. William Ruto, Photo Courtesy
The deputy president William Ruto has welcomed the offer by the catholic bishops to mediate a truce between him and president Uhuru Kenyatta to end months of acrimony that has rocked the Jubilee administration's second term.
While speaking at his Karen official residence on Thursday, the deputy president William Ruto told the delegation of grassroot and religious leaders from Kandara constituency that he is ready to reunite with his boss.
The Dp however blamed his strained relationship with the president on the March 2018 handshake between the head of state and the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga.
The deputy president further stated that he is ready to reunite with the president without any conditions given. He reiterated that he would still work together with the president because they were elected together on the same party ticket.
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