President Uhuru Kenyatta, his deputy William Ruto and ODM leader Raila Odinga on Saturday silently visited Kisumu city.
This followed their joint attendance of the burial of departed Bomet Governor Joyce Laboso in Fort Ternan, Koru in Muhoroni constituency earlier in the day.
As was the case during Uhuru's recent tour, the trio travelled into the city using unofficial vehicles and a lean motorcade and security detail.
Also, there was no traffic clearance, as the trio headed to the Kisumu Port where they inspected the ongoing renovations ahead of its official launch set for later in the month.
They then left for the Kisumu State Lodge which is just adjacent to the facility which has gobbled Sh3 billion ahead of its launch set to be attended by East African presidents.
They were also accompanied by area Governor Anyang Nyongo and other top state officials, moments after Ruto had reassured Uhuru and Raila of his support for their 2018 truce.
“I want to assure my brother Raila Odinga that we are going to work together under the leadership of President Uhuru Kenyatta to ensure the country is united. I want to assure my brother Raila Odinga that we are going to work together under the leadership of President Uhuru Kenyatta to ensure the country is united,” Ruto who has been opposed to the March 2018 handshake said.