The United Democratic Alliance Party National Chairman Johnson Muthama has alleged President Uhuru's plans by pushing former Prime Minister Raila Odinga's statehouse bid, revealing their plan to block his move.
Former Machakos Senator Johnson Muthama has taken to his Twitter a post informing that the endorsement of Raila Odinga by President Uhuru has no good intentions for Kenyans claiming that it is a move to enable an extension to the dynasty ruling in the country.
"The endorsement of Raila Odinga by Uhuru Kenyatta is to enable him extend Dynastic rule in Kenya that has held us hostagè since 1963," United Democratic Alliance Party [UDA]National Chairman Johnson Muthama has said.
The former Senator has said that come the year 2022 as the UDA party they are preparing themselves hard enough to ensure that they bring to an end the dynasty rule by voting in Deputy President William Ruto as the next president.
"This Dynastic narrative must come to an end in 2022 by installing William Ruto as the first Hustler President. His Bottom-up Economic Model will ensure INCLUSIVITY of all, including those occupying the bottom of the pyramid (Hustlers)" United Democratic Alliance Party National Chairman Johnson Muthama has added.
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