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Baba Amerukwa, Kiunjuri Finally Changes Tune On Raila's Support As He Unveils His Candidacy

As Kenya prepares for general elections in nine months, several politicians have been observed moving around the country in the hopes of securing votes as the year 2022 approaches.

Many of them have been seen shifting their efforts to forming coalitions and alliances in order to secure political servitude when Uhuru' s mandate ends in August 2022.

The former Prime Minister is among the leading political players who have made known their plans for the forthcoming polls, where he is eyeing the presidential seat.

He has since kicked off his campaigns, with records showing that he is among the politicians holding the biggest numbers of rallies ahead of the race.

Former Agriculture CS Hon Mwangi Kiunjuri has changed tune over ODM' s Raila Amollo Odinga' s Presidency, as he reveals how President Uhuru Kenyatta is secretly helping Deputy President William Samoei Ruto ahead of the 2022 Presidential Elections. Speaking to Ken Mijungu on Ktn News, Wednesday Night.

Kiunjuri said Kenyatta and Ruto planned for whatever is happening in the Country. And the best way they would lure Raila Odinga, is by coming up with a Handshake.

The former Kangemi Member of Parliament said Kenyatta and Ruto are still working together as a team. And what they are doing, is playing a Brain Game Plan to scauch Ruto' s Presidential bid Easily.

" Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto talk and meet Occasionally. The Political drama Going on is Stage managed to full many and benefit a group of some few Individuals in the Government. "

" Handshake was a setup to handle and manage Political Sycophants. Both Ruto and Uhuru are aware of what is going on. "

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