Garissa Township member of parliament Aden Duale who is a close ally of DP Ruto has revealed to the general public what President Uhuru Kenyatta will do come next year January.
While speaking in an interview on Citizen Television, MP Aden Duale told off his colleague and ODM chairman Mbadi about their excitement for being in the government. Duale went on to state the President Uhuru Kenyatta is focused on leaving behind a good legacy as well as a country that is fully united.
"You know John Mbadi because he is on the other side of the fence he is now in the handshake unfortunately they will think that the handshake will give dividends that will take them to state house. I want to tell them categorically President Uhuru Kenyatta by January he will put off his off, he will manage his succession. President Uhuru Kenyatta has a very good legacy whether it is the first or the second and I'm sure from where he sits he doesn't want to destroy his legacy because you know what President Uhuru Kenyatta wants to leave a united country," said Aden Duale.
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