As the handshake hits one year today since its birth,rumors and speculations over the last one week of its deadly death have been hovering over the media.This speculations were brought into light after legislators allied to ODM Raila Odinga insinuated that President Kenyatta had started changing tunes concerning the successor he tends to support come 2022 who might not be Raila Odinga.
The handshake which also saw the birth of Bulding Bridges Initiatives (BBI) was seen as if it had been carried away by oceans after one Siaya Senator James Orengo brought into limelight that some senior government officials at Harambee House were busy orchestrating ways to frustrate ODM leader Raila Odinga on succession of President Uhuru Kenyatta come 2022.
Through a tweet,blogger Robert Alai as hinted in his twitter handle that the handshake is much alive.According to him," the handshake is back." Alai went ahead to say that where two elders meet and talk all things are okay. This is after President Uhuru Kenyatta made a call to Raila Odinga after Orengo's allegations.
This new revelation brings new twist as President Kenyatta and his Deputy President William Ruto bromance continues to drift as days goes by.President Kenyatta is expected to name one candidate whom he will endorse to succeed him come 2022 but everyone is left in dilemma who will be the lucky candidate.
Will the handshake reunion bring DP Ruto's camp into confusion or will strengthen is camp more?
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