Select church leaders are spearheading President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto’s reconciliation process through ‘Handshake’.
Standard Digital reported that efforts were being made to bring together the two leaders after seemingly having severed ways since early last year 2019.
DP Ruto has had a very difficult time performing his principal assistance duties as a Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya after his boss Uhuru Kenyatta abandoned him along the way citing gross insubordination through early campaigns and rivalry.
The local Paper reported how there are two bishops busy working day and nights with an intention of reuniting them before next month.
Prime Minister Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta shook hands on March 9th, 2018 and since then the politics of this country immediately changed with Ruto feeling sidelined to date.
Feeling the heat, DP then embarked on trying hard to scuttle the Handshake through public name calling but his efforts could bear no fruits with Uhuru and Odinga remaining adamant that there friendship was there to stay despite the opposing forces.
Homenews.co.ke has just learnt that the two men of cloth from the Catholic Church are working all round the clock and could so far be inching closer to some quick progress with a hint of a break through anytime soon.
“We started the process of reaching out to the leaders. The talks are fruitful but not concluded. We pray for unity and reconciliation,” one of the bishop told the publication.
The clergies, according to the publication, were not happy with what they saw happen in the last National Prayer Services held on Saturday October 10th at Statehouse which the two politicians graced.
Our sources revealed how on the same evening, the church started pushing for reconciliation by separately talking to the two leaders with an aim of reuniting them.
DP Ruto on his part, is rumoured to be upbeat coming back to his boss for the sake of his 2022 ambitions which he feels is threatened by the entrance of Raila Odinga in the equation.