Uhuru's Plan To Block Raila-Ruto Alliance Ahead of The 2022 Elections
By Instant_updates | self meida writer
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The Race To 2022 presidential election continue to tighten up with several speculations circulating through the media houses every day. On Wednesday evening, President Uhuru Kenyatta allegedly sneaked from the State House and drove himself to the home of Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga in Karen.
It's understood that the Former PM Raila Odinga has been having secret meetings with Uhuru Kenyatta, even last night Uhuru drove to Raila's official residence.From their Wednesday meeting it seems that all stories about BBI were Propaganda and BBI is intact.
The two had a meeting amid speculations of Handshake fallout. Senior ODM leaders including Junet Mohamed and Senator James Orengo were present.
It seems President Uhuru Kenyatta cannot afford to disregard the Handshake. Even David Murathe can tell you that Uhuru needs Raila Odinga for him to finish the journey. The Handshake is very strong and any mistake will lead to a Raila-Ruto union.
After the Wednesday's meeting several political pundits have argued that president Uhuru Kenyatta is trying to play safe with Raila Odinga to prevent the former PM from forming an alleged alliance with Dp William Ruto.
Do you agree that Uhuru Kenyatta is trying to keep Raila Odinga busy from reuniting with Ruto?
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