Uhuru and Ruto not in Good Terms
President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto differences continue to grow each day and this was evident during Reverend Peter Kania’s burial yesterday.
Uhuru selected Health Cabinet secretary Mutahi Kagwe to read his condolence despite his deputy Ruto being in attendance.
This is the latest show of their differences in the public. A few weeks ago, President Uhuru Kenyatta also picked Deputy President William Ruto’s greatest rival, Gideon Moi to go represent him in the inauguration of Malawi’s President Lazurus Chakwera.
“I want to finish because I know the President’s message was already read, I’ll finalize by saying all Kenyans should know that it is our own responsibility to deal with the challenge we have,” Ruto noted.
Kagwe read President Uhuru’s condolence message after he was done reading his.
“My family and I are greatly saddened by the passing on of the servant of God at this crucial moment when many in our society require his services. Rev. Kariuki was a respected Minister of the gospel who served the PCEA Church and the Christian faith in the country with zeal and utmost commitment,” read part of the President’s speech.
Kania’s Adopt a Family Initiative was also highlighted by the President where the PCEA faithful helped feed over 30,000 families throughout East Africa in the month of April and May 2020.