After the 2017 disputed elections, tension reigned all over Kenya,as Raila disputed the outcome of the general elections.But the next year,Raila and President Uhuru agreed to end their differences,giving birth to Handshake.Since then on, Uhuru has enjoyed his rule,with the two leaders doing things together.
As per the reports,ODM lawmakers have shoot down the nomination of Fatuma Chege,to the position of Permanent Secretary.
Uhuru has appointed Fatuma to be PS in the new department in the Ministry of Education.It will be the first time Raila's men will be rejecting President Uhuru's appointee after the Handshake.
Should this be the case,then it means that not all is well with the Handshake brothers,with recent happenings,even in Parliament telling it all.
A section of ODM legislatures wants the BBI report amended led by James Orengo,while team led by Junet want BBI to passed as it is.
It will be waited to be seen what Uhuru will do,after ODM cancelled the nomination of Fatuma.
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