Raila Odinga has set the pace for William Ruto in central Kenya.His choice of Martha Karua has been hailed by majority of Kenyans with women celebrating.For the first time,a woman is likely to be closer to the top seat in case Azimio La Umoja team wins in the coming general election.Karua and Raila's collaboration has been seen as a team of reformists as said by Kiraitu Murungi some days ago.
The coming together of Raila Odinga and President Kenyatta has rattled Ruto.Kenyatta has accused Ruto of abandoning his key roles and instead majoring in politics.During the labour day celebrations,Uhuru expressed his anger against Ruto.
The division between the two top leaders was recently witnessed in Nairobi and Othaya during the mourning of the former President Mwai Kibaki.Uhuru avoided shaking hands with Ruto.Tomorrow,the two together with Raila Odinga will share podium once more in Nairobi for the 19th National prayer breakfast.Will Uhuru and Ruto shake hands this time?
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