Deputy President William Ruto has said that he is ready to reconcile with his boss Uhuru Kenyatta.
The deputy president said he respects Uhuru and was ready to reconcile with him without any condition.
“I am ready, the bishops have said they want to put us together with the president, I am ready to do that in the morning without condition because the president is my boss,” said Ruto.
He was speaking at his home in Karen during a meeting with grass-root leaders from Kandara. The DP was responding to the National Congress of Pentecostal Churches and Ministries who called for a truce between Uhuru and his deputy.
“We were both elected by Kenyans and they gave us mandate to run this government,” Ruto said.
“Mimi niko tayari. Hawa maaskofu wamesema wanataka kuniweka pamoja na rais, mimi niko tayari asubuhi na mapema bila condition (I’m ready. The clergy has said that it wants to unite me and the president. I’m ready without any condition.”.
Those who attended the meeting include Kandara MP Alice Wahome, Kimani Ichung’wah (Kikuyu), Jayne Kihara (Naivasha), Rahab Mukami (Nyeri Woman representative and Murang’a Senator
Irungu Kangata and a host of Members of the County Assembly/
“You cannot come to squat at the government that you were never voted into, those who have brought bad blood should wait for their time to get into the government, let them go and look for power, but they will find us there,” said Ruto.
“Hauwezi kudoea serikali ambayo haukuunda (You can’t benefit from a government you didn’t help create),” Ruto said.