After winning the 2017 repeat election, President Uhuru Kenyatta made a bold move in March 2018 that since then has triggered lots of debates among Kenyans across different platforms.
To cool down the political temperatures in the country after the repeat election, President Uhuru Kenyatta made a move to unite with his fierce competitor in the 2017 general election, Raila Odinga.
Uhuru and Raila in March 2018 had the memorable handshake that eased the political tension in the country in a bid to restore peace after the elections held in 2017.
Many leaders mostly those who hail from the Mount Kenya region and allied to Deputy President William Ruto's Tangatanga brigade have in most cases come out to claim that the Jubilee government failed Mount Kenya region after the Handshake between Uhuru and Raila.
Some have repeatedly claimed that with the Handshake, lots of development projects launched in the region during the first term were stalled and others moved to other regions.
Kenyans have expressed mixed reactions on whether the Jubilee administration failed the people of Mount Kenya region after the Handshake. Below are some of the reactions;
Did the Jubilee government fail Mount Kenya after the handshake? Share your thoughts.
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