For any politician to win or be influential in Kenyan politics, one has to the smartest, with strategies and intelligence that will make him or she outwit others, however stronger they are.
According to Chinga Ward MCA Kiragu Thuku, the handing of the Jubilee party to Raila Odinga will only make the former premier be blamed for economic woes that were caused by the Jubilee administration.
Thuku said that Raila will eventually inherit the woes of the government that has seen so many Kenyans complaining of the dwindling economy.
Even Raila Odinga and DP Ruto have been throwing words at each other, with each claiming that the other was part of the Jubilee failures.
This pegged the question, whether the relationship between President Uhuru Kenyatta and DP Ruto is still on course and the two leaders are only exchanging war of wards to fool Raila.
This is informed by President Uhuru's silence on the woes and divisions rocking jubilee. He has also disregarded calls by some leaders to remove Tuju and David Murathe from Jubilee top management, meaning that he doesn't mind about the party anymore.
It was recently when Lee Kinyajui, the Nakuru Governor asked Uhuru to solve the disputes within the Jubilee party before merging with ODM, still, the party leader looked down upon the idea.
This means President Uhuru wants to hand over a troubled Jubilee party, as DP Ruto makes inroads across the country and when Raila realizes he is being fooled, the events will have taken place so fast he will find it hard to catch up with DP Ruto.
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