Politics is now taking a new turn as new events continue to unfold. Murathe was the first Jubilee member to give details of deteriorated relationship between the president and his deputy. The two might have fallen out long time ago and what was remaining has been when Kenyans will come to know that the two are not reading from the same page. David Murathe not once but severally whistleblowed that Uhuru Kenyatta cannot handover power to a thief and he was directly referring to the deputy president. He has said these words in public and even went to the extend of promising to go to court to stop the deputy president from running for the top seat in the next general election.
We can now say Murathe was speaking for the president because Uhuru Kenyatta has also declared that he will not handover power to a thief. These are same sentiments to what David Murathe told us last year. The president was speaking in a public rally where he publicly uttered these words. We might not be knowing the thief the president was referring to but if we equate his words with the words of the Murathe then we can say that he was directly referring to his deputy president. It is also in public domain that David Murathe is one of the closest allies to the president and he might have read the moods of the president long time ago.
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