Jubilee party chairman Hon Jeremiah Kioni has broken silence over the looming handshake between the first in command William Ruto and the former president Uhuru Kenyatta as he sends Ruto powerful message before the idea of reconciliation.
According to the reliable source, Hon Kioni has said that he was reached out by a section of Kikuyu elders to reconcile the Mt Kenya leaders with the president but he insisted that Dr Ruto has to apologize to his former boss before thinking about handsake.
"Ruto undermined Uhuru , therefore, the so called reconciliation should only start by Ruto apologizing like Uhuru did to Raila in 2018 and opening a new chapter. He (Dr Ruto) peddled alot of lies about the jubilee administration with the aim of the public hating Uhuru." He said.
However the Kikuyu elders led by captain Kungu Muigai has hinted at a move to reconcile the three powerful leaders saying that it will be for the benefit of the country and nothing much.
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