For an extensive stretch of time, the head of the Republic of Kenya, Hon Uhuru Kenyatta has been having all the earmarks of being supporting Raila Odinga's Azimio La Umoja. It all begun in March 2018 where both leaders made a pact via the famous Handshake gesture and the fourth president has officially endorsed Raila Odinga as his preferred successor and Kenya's potential fifth president.
Presently, today, Hon Odinga and the whole Azimio La Umoja has experienced a colossal blow. This came in after subtleties spilled on what President Uhuru Kenyatta said to Kikuyu leaders about Dp Ruto's Kenya Kwanza development ahead of this year's August 9 polls, roughly forty days away. As seen from a video that has been shared on the web, the Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi revealed that Uhuru Kenyatta is currently advising his Kikuyu leaders to join Kenya Kwanza.
As per Mudavadi who was talking in the beach front district, president Uhuru Kenyatta is encouraging these pioneers to join Kenya Kwanza since he realizes which camp will frame the following goverment.
This will be a catastrophe for Raila Odinga and his group since, in such a case that these cases are valid, then, at that point, it is extremely certain that Uhuru Kenyatta isn't with them. Below is the link for the video. https://youtu.be/0xqgSrDyP9k
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