President Uhuru Kenyatta is to responsible for their growing animosity, which is out of control, according to Deputy President William Ruto.
Ruto asserted in an interview yesterday that Uhuru rejected attempts to mend fences.
The DP suggested that even with the help of religious authorities, his employer openly rejected an olive branch he had extended to him.
Religious leaders reportedly raised the issue, but Uhuru rejected their appeals for reconciliation.
Bishops speak with me. They also converse with the President. I told them when they approached me that I wanted to speak with my supervisor. He categorically rejected,” Ruto said at a town hall meeting in Nairobi.
Ruto claimed that his employer has allegedly been embarrassing him, acknowledging that their ill will is out of control.
“I regret that the rivalry has developed in this manner; it is truly regrettable. No one could have endured the level of humiliation I had to endure at the hands of my boss, but I have always been a very patient person. Ruto remarked, “If it had been Raila Odinga or Martha Karua, they may have already done terrible things.