Good morning Kenyans.
It is the second day of a new month, one which many people hope will turn out better.
Like the new month, the political arena has received new twists and outright feeling of backstabbing by some politicians.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto for the first time since the National Coronavirus Prayer Day finally attended another event together.
The two, however, left Kenyans with more questions than answers.
In May, Uhuru decided to go on a replacement spree within the Senate that saw key leaders allied to Ruto lose their prestigious position.
The move by the president was seen as an act of him and his second in command finally washing their dirty linen in public.
During the celebrations, the two seemed jovial with each other and even shared light moments.
What even caught everyone by surprise was the fact that the two had matching outfits.
Despite the recent purge by his boss, the DP has remained quiet on the matter.
This brings up three questions, are Kenyans being fooled by the two leaders, is there a hidden plan by Uhuru and Ruto notwithstanding their latest squabble or was their behaviour just for the cameras?
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President Uhuru on His Grandson Uhuru Jnr: “I’m Very Excited”
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The DP’s wife Rachel Ruto finally made a public appearance after weeks of rumours that she had been missing.
It was alleged that the marriage between Rachel and Ruto had hit a dead end.
Rachel during the national fete looked very jovial and healthy.
Social media had been abuzz with claims that ‘man from Sugoi’ had been beating up his wife which had made her flee home.
Neither of the two commented on the matter which was outrightly fake.
This leaves many wondering, have Ruto’s political enemies gone too far with their quest against him by spreading such fake news?
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