Deputy President's key ally has alleged President Uhuru Kenyatta's political game plan on ODM Party leader, Raila Odinga after the two were seen inspecting government projects within the CBD. President Uhuru is alleged to have drove himself to Raila's Karen residence yesterday at night.
According to Kericho Senator, Aaron Cheruiyot, the President's latest actions of holding closed door meetings with Raila Odinga and showing public bromance is a clear warning sign of betrayal towards Raila Odinga.
@AaronCheruiyot ODM are now watching the same episode TangaTanga were in 2018 in the infamous Nairobi produced series ' Dealing with a conman'.
Reports of 5 Hr closed door meetings and public bromance would always be used to calm the base amidst visibly obvious betreyal.
My advice? Press FFWD..
The vocal senator has related President Uhuru's recent action towards Raila with 2018 scenes when the relationship between Pres. Uhuru and Ruto started deteriorating but the Head of State could try to assure their support base that everything is well. The senator has therefore advised Raila Odinga and his supporters to forge ahead.
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