Uhuru, Ruto Anticipated Fallout is Finally Here as The Two Seem to Have Decided to Stop Pretending and Go Separate Ways

    President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto seemed to have finally accepted they don’t get along with each other and have decided to go separate ways.

    On Tuesday 14 January the head of state reshuffled his Cabinet and stressed that the effects of the Building Bridges Initiative were prominently visible in the changes to government.

    The relationship between President Kenyatta and his deputy has not been good since the Handshake between the President and the opposition leader Raila Odinga that birthed Building Bridges Initiative (BBI).

    A section of Jubilee Party Tanga Tanga outfit allied to the Deputy President has become very bold and open in their opposition to the President which clearly shows DP Ruto has walked out from the marriage.

    A number of observers anticipated these turn of events would see the separation of Uhuru and his Deputy who have stopped pretending and have decided to go separate ways which may as well affect the Jubilee party formed by Uhuru and Ruto.

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