The Former Rift Valley Commissioner George Natembeya has stir reactions as he was revealing on which political side he will support in the coming August general elections.He stated that he has worked with president Uhuru Kenyatta and he cannot lose his principles by moving to a different political party.
He added that it would be the worst form betrayal for him to join the party that president does not want.This his a clear indication that he is supporting the handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga because it promoted peace and unity across the country.
His remarks has left Kenyans to ask endless questions whether he is vying for the sake of someone because he not trying to prove that he is strongly interested in the seat.Besides majority have also left In dilemma on their relationship since president is soon ending his term.
This has sparkles many reactions and comments from the Netizens trying to figure out what Natembeya will achieved by not joining the party that Uhuru does not want.
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