While speaking during his meeting with the western president Uhuru Kenyatta stated that he has achieved huge development records since his handshake deal with the former prime minister Raila Amollo Odinga. According to president Kenyatta he stated that the DP Ruto was the stumbling block to hid first term in office as he stated that he has achieved a lot through working closely with Raila Amollo Odinga. The statement by Uhuru left the Western Leaders in cheers as they shower Raila Odinga with praises of bringing in the new constitution which DP Ruto critized.
In addition to that, the president Uhuru Kenyatta stated that the former prime minister has given him different development agenda required in the region and assured them that he is working closely with Raila Odinga to ensure it becomes a success in completing those projects.
The statement by Uhuru was given warm reception by the leaders as they shower Raila Odinga with praises to ensure their demands are listened to by Uhuru Kenyatta.
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