Speaking to Kivumbi 22, ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi said the differences between president Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto is very dangerous. The former Vice President opines that it's clear the divisions at the executive might get down to the security sector and cause trouble for it has already trickled down to the public service and the Cabinet.
According to Musalia Mudavadi, the differences between Uhuru and his deputy might get to the security sector and make this country ungovernable. Musalia is of the view that this issue is very serious but it's being taken casually.
According to the ANC party leader, it's clear the executive is dysfunctional and it's something that might cause trouble moving into 2022. He is of the view that even the public service is divided and its something cry terrible to the country.
Musalia Mudavadi has warned that the differences between Uhuru and his deputy might cause serious division in the military and cause turmoil. Musalia Mudavadi is of the view that as a country we need to ensure this leaders united for the differences might spill out of hand.
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