After a tug of war broke out between Kenya Kwanza's senior officials, division and betrayal are looming in president William Ruto's camp.
As reported by Nation, Murang'a Women representative Ms. Betty Maina has accused Cabinet Secretary for Water, Sanitation and Irrigation Alice Wahome of being a traitor in the just concluded bi-elections.
Miss Maina, who had accused Wahome of being a plumber rather than the water CS, was shocked to see that Wahome had not supported any candidates in the search for her replacement.
Defending herself, Wahome asserted that she is one of the Murang'a voters and therefore as per the law, she wasn't supposed to back any candidate in the Kandara by-election.
Meanwhile, besides Maina and Wahome, Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and Nairobi governor Johnson Sakaja are still fighting underway despite claims that everything is okay between the two Ruto's aides.
In an interview with Inooro, Gachagua revealed that he's the deputy president and therefore matatu operators Shouldn't follow any order from Sakaja.
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