Jubilee Senator Warns Raila of a Looming Betrayal, Reveals What is Likely to Happen Ahead of 2022
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Tharaka Nithi County senator Hon Kithure Kindiki who doubles as Ruto's Confidant has on Saturday, March 3rd warned Raila of a possible betrayal from President Uhuru Kenyatta as he Reveals what is likely to happen ahead of the 2022 General election.
Through his Facebook page, Kithure Kindiki who is one of the handshake critics has warned Raila that it will be too late before he realises that Uhuru is going to betray him for some infamous politician.
"Before the time he too realizes that he has Bern betrayed for some unaspiring and colourless character, it will be too late," Kithure Posted on his Facebook page. The legislature has been in the limelight lately claiming how Uhuru is plotting to Tame Raila Odinga by using tricks.
This comes after another political activist Dr Martin Andati claimed that Uhuru is simply using Raila to buy more time while plotting how to kill his political influence in the country ahead of 2022.
"They have been played. Raila has been screwed, so is Ruto. The system will use the IEBC to lock them out of power," Andati told the Star.
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