The current political waves had their roots immediately after the 2017 general elections and the subsequent handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and the former National Super Alliance Presidential candidate Rt Honorable Raila Odinga. The ruling Jubilee party disintegrated and the result was lack of understanding between the President and his Deputy.
Before the handshake, the Jubilee Party was bound by love, peace and harmony whereby all the leaders in the party sang the same chorus in unison. Indeed it was one of the best party that embraced bromance.
Since the Party was as a result of merging the URP and The National Alliance parties, the leaders from each individual party ensured that the decisions made favor all the members and appointments in public offices considered both parties. This was the time when the Elgeyo Marakwet senator was the Senate majority leader and the Garissa Township MP Honorable Aden Duale was the Majority leader of the National Assembly.
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