President Uhuru Kenyatta today held an impromptu meeting with western leaders after the earthquake that happened in Bomas on Sunday in a way to counteract the influence of dp ruto in western. President Uhuru Kenyatta said that after the hanshake between him and the former prime minister hon Raila Odinga, there have been developments in the country.
President Uhuru Kenyatta added that Deputy President William Ruto was acting as a stumbling block to his developments but after the handshake, things took course. He showerd praises to Raila Odinga saying he was the one who made these developments to take course. This made the western leaders to cheer him.
After the said 'earthquake' in bomas on Sunday, deputy president William Ruto and ANC party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi promised to make a coalition ahead of 2022 elections. This made the president, who is courting for Raila's presidency to intervene and call a cruicial meeting with the western leaders. Share your views.
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