Deputy President William Ruto now says he is ready for mediation talks with President Uhuru in a bid to move forward together.
Through a clip shared on social media, the DP says if called upon by the President, he will go without conditions adding that the talks will solidify their relationship and uphold the responsibilities they were handed by Kenyans.
“I’m ready for the talks without attaching any conditions. He is my boss. I am ready without conditions any moment because we were elected by Kenyans together and they gave us the responsibilities of running the government for the stipulated time,” the DP Ruto said.
Earlier in August, the clergy had called on the President and his Deputy to bury the hatchet for the sake of peace.
Through a presser, the Kenya National Congress of Pentecostal Churches and Ministries President Stanley Michuki asked the two leaders to reconcile for the sake of “peace, unity and stability of the nation”.
The two have been at loggerheads with each party accusing the other of sabotage. DP Ruto accuses the President of inviting foreigners into the government thus delaying the big four agenda as per their manifesto.
President Uhuru also alleges that his deputy abandoned him and started early campaigns instead of delivering what they promised to Kenyans.