"Body Language Speaks Louder than Words" Hon Kabogo Admits President Uhuru not in Good Term With DP
By Felixotoro | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 3 views
Politics is a game plan that requires a good strategy for someone to clinch the victory. The Constitution of Kenya grants Kenyan citizens the fundamental rights and freedoms of participating in the democratic process such as voting and vying for political seats.
Former Kiambu governor, Hon William Kabogo admitted that President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy President Dr William Ruto are not in good terms compared to the first term they enjoyed in the office.
Kabogo was speaking to Ken Mijungu on KTN news who hosted him last night. Kabogo said that in the first term, President Uhuru and his Deputy were seen to be working together and even the dress code was similar where by they could match their dress code with white shirts and red ties.
President Uhuru and his Deputy President are seen to be reading from different scripts following the act of the handshake between President Uhuru and Odm leader Raila Odinga. President Uhuru and Odinga and drumming support for the BBI report while Ruto with his allies have vowed to oppose the report.
In conclusion, this comes when Jubilee Party is cracking whip to the Ruto allies who are seen to be going against the will of the party.
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