The relationship between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto has hit the dead end and not even God can salvage it, a top aide in the latter's team has claimed.

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For the last three weeks, the two are yet to see each other eye to eye, with the Standard corroborating the impeccable source after it revealed that the two only reach each other through proxies.

"There is no communication between them at all in the last three weeks. There seems to be mistrust between them," reported the Standard.

On Friday, Ruto was reportedly set to meet Uhuru in Mombasa but instead chose to hold a delegation of religious leaders from North Rift at his Sugoi home.

And the aide, who spoke in confidence, says Ruto feels betrayed and undermined, and has since decided to move on.

"It's over I can tell you for free. Not even God can bring them together. We tried to give the other side some time to adjust but we are convinced that there is nothing coming forth.

"The DP thought that the president would come out and clarify David Murathe remarks but he's yet to. That's why he has decided to walk his own political path," he said.

On Monday in Mombasa, Uhuru castigated allies of the DP among them Moses Kuria and the Gatundu South MP would be forced to eat a humble pie few days later.

The DP has chosen to directly face the people and a fortnight ago, he said that he's not depending on anyone's endorsement in the 2022 polls.

"I don't depend on endorsement. We shall go to the people. Those who think endorsement will work are mistaken. I am ready to face them," he said.