Today, the president of the republic of Kenya together with his Jubilee party is reported to have made a bold move on their relationship with Raila Odinga's ODM party. This move by Uhuru has raised the eyebrows in the country with many people saying that the handshake might come to an end very soon.
As reported by the star News, Uhuru Kenyatta with his party has suspended any political talks with Raila Odinga's ODM party including the alleged ODM-Jubilee coalition. However, these reports did not reveal the reason why the ruling party made this decision.
After this post by the star, netizens started commenting on it where many said that the handshake between president Uhuru Kenyatta might end very soon saying that this move by president Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee party is a clear indication of the end of the handshake. Here are some of the people's reactions;
"Haki hawa watu wanatumia baba vibaya....mzeee naye haoni mbele kabisaaaaaa... BBI is the only thing he thinks about,what he doesn't know is that the same jubilee wants BBI down," said Mr Izhaki.
"A good move ...infact jubilee should field a presidential candidate in the region independently and delink with Raila," said Mr omware.
"Ruto is breaking the ground and Jubilee is worried losing in 2022. Raila has to quit and live the young Ruto to lead," said Mr Moses.
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