The supremacy battle between president Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy President William Ruto was manifested once again in the 3 by-elections that were held on Thursday in which DP Ruto's Tangatanga trounced Jubilee in Rurii ward and Juja.
In regards to the aforementioned elections, Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua has pointed out on why Jubilee is on a rapid apocalypse by revealing that Uhuru's cronies like the Murathe who are the ones mismanaging the party. According to the Mathira MP, Uhuru is a good man but he is surrounded by people who are out of touch with reality.
In addition, Gachagua asserted that Uhuru will retire peacefully with integrity if he retires without engaging in succession politics just like Kibaki did adding that Kenyans will respect Uhuru for many years if he respects the constitution and go home come 2022.
The vocal MP however warned the president on what might happen if he decides to go the Moi way of overstaying in power. According to him, Kenyans will loose trust and might easily revolt against him just like they did to Moi as the current generation is very much enlightened.
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