Nation Africa on twitter shared information that president Uhuru Kenyatta's close allies will be retreating this week to review their performance in the Kiambaa by elections, where they lost and United Democratic Alliance Party linked to DP president William Ruto won.
On this Nation Africa Revealed that Deputy President William Ruto's camp wants president Uhuru Kenyatta to reconsider his Dalliance with Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga and Retrace his steps back
This is what Nation posted on twitter,
From Kiambaa By-Elections, we can say that the deputy president will win 2022 by elections with full support from Mt Kenya.
Its shame to president Uhuru Kenyatta to lose in his region despite being the being the president of the great republic of Kenya.
Now from this do you believe that Ruto's camp is doing the right thing by demanding Uhuru to to reconsider his Dalliance with Raila?
And from Kiambaa By-Elections,can we say that William Ruto is giving Raila , Uhuru and other politicians sleepless nights ahead of 2022.
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