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Angry Uhuru Reportedly Lashes Out at NASA Leaders, Tells Them To Stop Making His 'work' Difficult

With the clock continuing to tick fast towards next year's general elections, President Uhuru's succession politics have begun to gain momentum.

Uhuru's silence to publicly endorse his succesor has however been eliciting mixed reactions across the political divide with key political bigwigs racing against time to get his endorsement.

There have been reports in the last few months that Uhuru could be warming up to the NASA leaders and might choose one of the bigwigs as his potential succesor in 2022.

At the same time, the NASA leaders have been attacking each other in public making it difficult for Uhuru to choose any of them especially due to the fact that many believe that the opposition can only defeat Ruto if they are united.

Already, ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi and Wiper Leader Kalonzo Musyoka have ruled out the possibility of them supporting Raila in 2022.

This has seen them exchange bitter words in the last days with Raila telling them that he too does not need their support.

President Uhuru is now said to have taken matters into his own hands and lashed out at the leaders during a secret meeting at state house.

According to a publication by the Sunday Nation today, Uhuru launched attacks at the leaders for their continued attacks on each other.

Uhuru told the leaders that it was now becoming impossible for him to chart his succession with them due to their indifferences.

At One point Uhuru is even said to have wondered why they united against him in 2017 and are now not ready to do the same in 2022.

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