Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has asked President William Ruto to remain unmoved even as the Azimio la Umoja coalition intensifies its onslaught through the countrywide demonstrations.
Gachagua who spoke Friday during the Public Service Commission Launch of the Values and Principles Compliance Report 2021-2022, KICC, Nairobi asked Ruto to remain focused on his development agenda.
"We encourage you to stay focused, let the detractors not sway you. Keep your eyes on the ball and that way you will succeed," he said.
Gachagus said they will not be allowed to enter into a handshake deal since it is not a provision of the constitution.
"There is no provision in our Constitution for a handshake arrangement. It's not there," he said.
The DP went on to tell off Azimio leaders over their demands for servers to be opened saying that is not their business.
They added that they are not aware of where the server is.
"The President cannot reinstate IEBC commissioners. He doesn't have those powers. The President could not even know where the server is stored because it's not his work," Gachagua said.
Azimio leader Raila Odinga has mounted pressure on Ruto by declaring twin weekly mass demonstrations.
He has asked his supporters to take to the streets every Monday and Thursday to force Ruto's regime to submission.