According to Kiharu legistlator Hon Ndindi Nyoro, president Uhuru Kenyatta is likely to lose half his cabinet in coming months to his deputy William Ruto. The DP allied legistlator hinted that a majority of Uhuru's henchmen and loyalists from Mt Kenya were in talks with the deputy president William Ruto seeking a spot on his UDA team.
Ndindi Nyoro's revealations come at a time when president Uhuru Kenyatta has lost three of his henchmen in the Kieleweke faction to the DPs wing. Led by Kiambu women representative Gathoni Wamuchomba, Gabriel Kago and Nakuru West MP David Gikaria, the president is about to lose more if the mass exit wave con
' Almost all governors from Mt Kenya are hustlers. We are in talks with several CSs, PSs, and others with political ambitions. Most Mps expect like 5 from Mt Kenya are hustlers. Expect major transfers from August'. Ndindi Nyoro wrote.
The race to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta could be said to be officially off as the DP is expected to arrange his troops in all corners of Kenya to marshal his way to statehouse.
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