President Uhuru Kenyatta met with his deputy, William Ruto for the first time in over a month, rekindling memories of a bromance that made headlines in the initial months of his presidency.
Uhuru, Ruto meet in public after tense BBI meetings, rekindling memories of bromance [Photos]
First public meeting in over a month comes amid reports of tension in Jubilee and tense BBI meetings
The two leaders met at Africa Inland Church (AIC) Milimani where the president joined faithfuls at the installation ceremony of Presiding Bishop at Africa Inland Church (AIC) Milimani in Nairobi County.
On stand-by to receive the head of State was DP Ruto alongside Senate Majority Leader Kipchumba Murkomen and Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja.
Unlike during the launch of the BBI report at the Bomas of Kenya where tension was in the air with DP Ruto’s allies lamenting that they were sidelined in the air, the two leaders were in high spirits and appeared to enjoy every moment.
Conspicuously missing in their meetings in recent days is the bromance that Kenyans were treated to in the initial days of Jubilee administration amidst reports of divisions in Jubilee.
Below are photos taken at the event.
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