The Daily Nation Newspaper today reported of an alleged meeting between President Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila Odinga and other key political leaders in the now famous ‘super 7’. It is reported that Uhuru lectured the leaders urging them to work together towards 2022 to increase their chances of winning the 2022 elections, as opposes to fighting each other.
Extract from the Daily Nation
Uhuru further urged the leaders to preach peace and harmony, in an effort to increase the confidence of Kenyans towards 2022. He noted that during electioneering periods, Kenyans are always left stranded after fears of an outbreak of violence is witnessed.
The sentiments by Uhuru Kenyatta is a clear indication that he will definitely not support his deputy for the top seat as opposed to his 2017 promise that he will have his 10 year term, them support his deputy for the remaining ten years.
Ruto’s supporters on the other hand have accused the head of state of insincerity and betrayal, for not showing any signs of supporting his deputy, who vigorously supported him in all his two terms in office as president.
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