William Ruto has announced acceptance to be reconciled with his Boss Hon. Uhuru Kenyatta by Catholic Bishops who wish to do it.
While he was speaking today, William Ruto said, if Bishops have decided to reunite them he is willing and ready to make that move without any conditions or rejection.
According to William Ruto, Uhuru Kenyatta deserve respect even though there are few who have exaggerated their relationship.
William Ruto's remarks just come out a day after Kenya Catholic Bishops complained about the disunity between Deputy President and Uhuru Kenyatta where they said it is threatening peace in the country, therefore their aim is to see them working together as usual.
Lately, Uhuru Kenyatta has not been with his Deputy President William Ruto because of political differences, in several occasions Uhuru Kenyatta is seen with Former Opposition leader Raila Odinga.
It is true, a government without good agreement between the top leaders brings a lot of tension among the people.
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