This is after then presidents' latest order to stop the long awaited launch of signatures collection that was supposed to be launched on Thursday, but was indefinitely postoned by the second in command after a long meeting with Deputy President William Ruto on Wednesday.
The first in command's order seems it did not go well with Raila's allies, who are now predicting the future if the handshake.
According to the Star reports, an Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) and Raila ally who refused to be named due to the sensitivity of his statement has spelled doom on President Uhuru and the former prime minister handshake that has joined the two since 2018.
The ally has asserted that the cancellation of the signature collection exercise is not a small matter and smacks of mischief, alleging that it casts a dark shadow on the handshake future.
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