That Former Ndaragwa Member of Parliament Hon Jeremiah Kioni, Jubilee Party Vice Chairman Hon David Murathe could be fighting a losing battle is now a matter of wait and see. This follows the emergence of confirmed reports that the former president Uhuru Kenyatta who is expected to spearhead or rather be in the forefront of protecting the former Ruling Jubilee Party has chosen to maintain loud silence despite the fact that the NDC event will happen in a 2-day time.
According to an exclusive report by Citizen Tv, the former head of state is said to have tried his level best to avoid party politics during the Burial ceremony that took place in Nairobi. This is despite the fact that Jeremy Kioni and David Murathe have insisted that the event will continue as planned even as they challenged President William Ruto to deliver on pre-election promises and stop being in a revenge mission.
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