Deputy President William Ruto has revealed his differences with ODM leader Raila Odinga are not personal and that he and Odinga share a vision of the country having national parties, not tribal outfits.
Speaking to Citizen Radio on Thursday morning, the DP said even though many people believe he has deep differences with the ODM leader, he said, unlike other politicians, he and Odinga share a vision of the country having national parties, unlike other principals in NASA and some Jubilee.
”Many people believe I have differences with the former Prime Minister. These are just political differences. However, where I agree with Raila is, him, like I do, we both believe in National parties. Unlike his other colleagues who believe in tribal parties,” the DP said.
On the BBI, Ruto revealed he presented his views to the BBI Committee, some of which were amended, but added the report can be made better, with further changes, once tabled in Parliament.