Ruto advised his boss, President Uhuru Kenyatta, on navigating the BBI Ruling

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Deputy President William Ruto counseled his boss, President Uhuru Kenyatta, on how to deal with the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) setback caused by the High Court judgment that declared the initiative unconstitutional.

On Thursday, May 27, at the National Prayer Breakfast at Parliament Buildings, Ruto encouraged Uhuru to contact him (DP) and other leaders to discuss the way forward.
He was inspired by a bible verse recited by ODM leader Raila Odinga at a similar ceremony in 2018.

“A lot has transpired, but as of today, the Tanga Tanga tours have ended, and the reggae has also come to an end.” I believe we must listen to one another and work together to find a solution.

Former Prime Minister (Raila Odinga) made a remarkable statement (in 2018). In fact, in an uncharacteristic move, he handed us Isaiah 1:18, which reads, “Come, let us reason together.” Perhaps God is communicating to us again, instructing us to reason together ” William Ruto stated this.

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He also slammed Parliament Speaker Justin Muturi’s coronation by elders when analyzing events since the Covid-19 pandemic came out in March 2020.

“Even in the midst of this pandemic, we have had wonderful things; the President launched the Lamu Port, we got our first female Chief Justice (Martha Koome), and our speaker (Muturi) received an appointment with the elders,” he continued.

While addressing, Uhuru avoided a direct confrontation with his deputy Ruto and emphasized the importance of preaching peace and unity.

“First and foremost, I want to congratulate the Speakers for organizing this event in the face of the pandemic. The prayers spoken today are intended to give us hope at a time when we are facing the biggest health pandemic in history.

“We must pull together, work together, and have faith that we will be able to conquer this problem.” “Let us not hear the summons today and then forget these lessons tomorrow,” Uhuru said.

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He urged Parliament to take up the health-care proposals that had been introduced, and he encouraged the Speakers to speed the hearings.

“All Kenyans must have access to high-quality healthcare. Kenya cannot be transformed by a single Kenyan, but when we work together, we can “He said.

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