President Uhuru's handshake with ODM leader has proven to survive several turbulances in the past few days as a section of ODM leaders including James Orengo revealed that there was a plot to kick Raila Odinga out of the BBI process.
Leaders allied to the Deputy President lead by Irungu Kangata revealed that the handshake was over and that BBI was going nowhere.
President Uhuru however has come out to silence critics and show them that the handshake is still very strong and BBI will sail through after photos of him together with ODM leader Raila Odinga inspecting the Green park bus terminus on Haile Selassie Avenue in Nairobi resurfaced.
President Uhuru and Raila Odinga inspecting the terminus.
The photos were shared by the official twitter account of the Statehouse of Kenya and by the look of things, nothing has changed between the President and ODM leader Raila Odinga.
On Wednesday night there were speculations that President Uhuru Kenyatta visited ODM leader Raila Oding at his Karen home late at night past curfew hours.
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