Sunday's reunion between Deputy President William Ruto and his political nemesis Isaac Ruto could change dimension in unsettled Rift Valley.

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At Bomet, the DP officially ushered in the former NASA principal into his team, in a function that was attended by several South Rift leaders.

"It's time now to work. We finished elections last year and no need to continue tiring our people. I will work closely with the DP to deliver," Isaac Ruto said.

The move quelled hard politics in Bomet with Governor Joyce Laboso being the likely winner in the deal that would land Isaac Ruto in cabinet.

And at the function, Ruto hailed Isaac as s visionary leader, adding that their relationship dates back to their time in KANU.

"This how we should do things. We must ensure that we are dedicated to serve our people. That's the only way out," he said.

Political analyst Steve Mogaka says Gideon Moi, Raila Odinga and Rift Valley rebels are the biggest losers in the latest partnership.

According to him, Isaac's experience would have been key in challenging DP William Ruto's dominance in Rift Valley.

"Moi, Raila or even the so called rebels needed Isaac in their team. Losing him is a big blow and this was a smart move by Ruto's handlers."