President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto have been reading from different scripts since the two assumed office in their second term.
While the reason for the differences between the two has not yet been made public, their differences is believed to be affecting the country by raising the political temperatures in the country two years to the general elections.
This is said to have concerned the clergy as established by the Star today.
The clergy are now racing with time to reconcile the two leaders, while the clergy is still working to reconcile them, details have emerged of what Uhuru and Ruto will do next immediately they reconcile.
As established by the Star, the two leaders will immediately hold a press conference the moment they reconcile.
The press conference will mainly address on how the government was going to be administered henceforth after the two have agreed on the way forward.
The relationship between the two has been facing challenges especially after key Ruto allies are said to have insulted President Uhuru’s mother a few months back.
This is said to have angered the president even more hence staining their broken relationship even more.
DP Ruto has also been skipping key meetings held at state house Nairobi including the COVID-19 conference that was held last month sparking mixed reactions.