Thursday September 26, 2019-Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has weighed in on the deteriorating relationship between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto.
Speaking during an interview on KTN's Point Blank show, Kabogo said that the two leaders are not speaking the same language anymore.
He opined that Ruto and Uhuru united because of their cases at the International Criminal Court (ICC) based at The Hague and that now that that is behind them.
Kabogo argued that the two leaders are no longer seeing eye-to-eye, adding that Uhuru and Ruto should go back to the drawing board so that they can determine where the rain started beating them.
"The pressure of ICC is what brought President Uhuru and DP William Ruto together," he said.
The politician also argued that there is no way one can expect Kenyans to move on with their lives when some of their grievances have not been addressed.
He urged President Uhuru and DP Ruto to address the issue of post-election violence in the country for the sake of unity as well as the country's economic growth.
"How do you heal when your property is still in Rift Valley and it’s not your property anymore," he said.
Kabogo's remarks come at a time when Ruto and Uhuru seem to have fallen out following the entry of Raila into the equation after the March 9, 2018 handshake.
The Kenyan DAILY POST