Kenyans.co.ke has revealed some of the political breakups Kenyans did not expect to happen because of the unity and how they were closely working with each other. check them below.
The member of parliament ditched Raila's party and later joined William Ruto. Many people were left wondering why Aisha made the move but she did not publicly declare the reason.
2. Uhuru and Ruto
People noticed that there is a political breakup between the two leaders because of how they handled some issues which later came out to be true. We have seen Ruto opposing the BBI while Uhuru is one of the topmost politicians who are supporting it.
3. Raila and Miguna
The lawyer broke up with the former prime minister politically after the 2017 general elections. After he was exiled from the country, people asked themselves why Raila has not helped him to come back.
4. Uhuru and Wanjigi
The celebrated billionaire accused the Jubilee government of sending the police officers to raid his home despite the support he gave them during the formation of the party. The source has reported they broke up politically because of the reason.
5. Sonko and Uhuru
The former Governor of Nairobi county, Mike Mbuvi Sonko was a close friend of the president and was spotted on many occasions together. They however came to loggerheads after Sonko condemned the demolition of houses that happened in Kibra. He told Uhuru that they were tired of his government.
6. Kalonzo and Muthama
The two politicians separated which saw Muthama leave Kalonzo's political party and later joined Wiliam Ruto's camp.
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