Raphael Tuju has made this claims clear on an interview allegedly saying that there's no merger with ODM as rumors have been going on that President uhuru Kenyatta will support ODM leader, Raila Odinga in the coming general elections in 2022 by them thinking that an alliance is being formed between us the two parties.
Today Raphael Tuju has rubbished off those claims saying that the two are only allies and that no merger will happen in the camp. This comes a few hours after Raila Odinga has been meeting MPs and leaders from central region in coastal region regarding his next plan on the general elections.
Though the two have not made it clear on who they will support, speculations still show that Uhuru Kenyatta will allegedly support DP William Ruto in the coming elections and just playing games with Raila Odinga on the same.
The president, Uhuru Kenyatta has recently been seen launching his development projects across the country and having different meetings to leave a good legacy for himself, he has further avoided politics with his opponent DP William Ruto disputing that he can't engage in politics but rather focus on development.
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