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Stephen Mutoro Reacts After Sakaja Met Gachagua In Embakasi

After a lot of pulling and pushing Nairobi governor Johnson Sakaja and Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua have finally agreed to set aside their differences. The two leaders met at Embakasi on Wednesday and shook hands a sign that the hate that had started to grow between them was coming to an end.

Some people have however said that the handshake between Sakaja and Gachagua was not genuine. Even though in the public eye the two seemed to have forgotten their differences their body language said something different. Stephen Mutoro has come out to state that Gachagua and Sakaja have not forgiven each other despite their meeting. He said that the cold war between is still on.

"When a handshake is not equal to a sign of peace between titans engaged on cold wars. Those who know, will tell you how to read body language - when Governor Johnson Sakaja received DP Rigathi Gachagua in Embakasi, Nairobi," Mutoro said.

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