Junet Mohamed who is a close ally to Odm Party leader Raila Odinga alleged that they have not supported the government but issues that are beneficial to the people of kenya. Questions were raised over his sentiments bearing in mind that since 2018 Odm has been within the government.Speaking in an interview with KTN NEWS with Ken Mijungu, Junet ruled out that they are not puppet of Jubilee Party administration but are working on improving the welfare of kenyans.
His claims come when leaders allied to DP William Ruto are condemning their presence in Jubilee Party as cause of DP Ruto's woos. But It's in public domain that since Raila Odinga entered into an handshake with Uhuru Kenyatta things turned south to DP William Ruto.
They also claims that Raila Odinga is the current deputy president as Ruto was reduced into a ceremonial figure within his government. However, some feels that it's not right for Junet to claim that in a national television yet everyone is aware that they are devoted to ensure president Uhuru achieve his developmental agendas.
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