For the first time since the general elections, President William Ruto and Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i have met face to face.
Ruto and Matiang'i met following the President's first Cabinet meeting at State House with his Deputy Rigathi Gachagua.
Despite having tense moments during the campaign, Ruto and Matiang'i were seen shaking hands and laughing before the meeting.
Matiang'i joined other cabinet Secretaries such as Agriculture CS Peter Munya, ICT CS Joe Mucheru, and Defence/Devolution CS Eugene Wamalwa, who were all staunch supporters of Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Alliance former Presidential candidate Raila Odinga.
The four CS who were on the front lines criticized the Ruto-led Kenya Kwanza coalition on multiple occasions for claiming that they could not let a "thief" to run the nation.
They further asserted throughout campaigning that Ruto could not triumph in the August elections by asserting that Raila would triumph with 60% of the vote.
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