Narck-Kenya leader Martha Karua has hinted on supporting the deputy president William Ruto in 2022. This is by pushing for him and president Uhuru Kenyatta to end their political differences. Karua believes that the current bad blood between the two leaders is not good for the country's prosperity.
Martha Karua has been one of the too critic of William Ruto. She has been questioning his political approach of dividing the people between their economic lines. The campaign strategy branded as the 'hustlers' vs the 'dynasties' has caused more discomfort in political circles. He seems adamant to stop even after calls for him to stop the ideology.
William Ruto and Martha Karua have only been on the same page concerning the intended constitutional changes. They both said no to the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI). Last two weeks Martha Karua met with Moses Kuria and Mwangi Kiunjuri to discuss the Mount Kenya unity. The two leaders are ardent supporters of Ruto.
This may be good news to the Tanga Tanga faction who are pushing for more leaders to join them. If Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto reconcile then the chances of Karua working with Ruto are high.
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