This is after Raila's allies have come forward alleging of plans by some operatives in Uhuru's's Harambee house to derail the handshake.
Yesterday, many believed would be the end of the handshake after Raila was set to hold a mega rally in Kamukunji that attracted the country's attention with many waiting for the 'Kamukunji Declaration' as it was dubbed on social media.
Raila's allies have however issued new threats to President Uhuru and his camp if what they term as intimidation of Raila by Uhuru's inner circles continues.
According to the official, tomorrow being the anniversary of the handshake between Raila and Uhuru, they will boycott it I protest to what some state officers are doing to Raila.
It had earlier on been established that Uhuru and Raila will use the anniversary of the handshake to strategize more on the BBI as it is set to proceed to a Referendum soon.
Any plan by Raila and his allies to skip the event could therefore impact the BBI negatively.
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