Former head of state Uhuru Kenyatta has been pulled to the ongoing political drama in the country. Uhuru who has since been tasked peace keeping mission by President William Ruto has rarely spoken on local politics since elections.
His political ally Raila Odinga however, has been making headlines with daily threats to the government. Raila recently threatened Ruto of massive demonstrations throughout the country due to the ongoing plan to impeach IEBC officials.
Due to such plans, Jubilee party led by Uhuru pulled out of the Azimio coalition over the weekend. Following this, Azimio politicians led by Dagoretti North MP Beatrice Elachi have launched attacks to the former President.
Elachi on Monday, December 5, 2022 alleged Raila was suffering due to political baggage of the former president. She also directed that the current backlash the ODM leader is facing is due to his relationship with Uhuru.
Beatrice Elachi – MP, Dagorreti North: “Raila Odinga is facing backlash because he is carrying the baggage of former President Uhuru and yet they (Uhuru & Ruto) were the ones who messed the country after former President Kibaki.”
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