Raila Will Wretch And Dump Jubilee, MP Warns Uhuru
By Newsprime | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 2 views
Jubilee MP Gideon Keter has warned President Uhuru Kenyatta that opposition leader Raila Odinga will eventually dump the handshake once he is done dismantling Jubilee party from within. The youthful MP spoke in Kilifi where he accompanied DP Ruto on his 3-day tour of the coast.
The MP also urged President Uhuru Kenyatta to extend the same kind gesture he gave to MCAs and write off all HELB loans owed to youth and delist them from CRB so they can be able to access credit from banks.
I think the advice HON Gideon Keter gave President Uhuru Kenyatta considering may of the youth really need to be supported by the president.
Although am not one of those who believe that former prime minister HON Raila Odinga will dump the handshake.
The relationship between ODM party and Jubilee party is unshakable for now although they might be having one or two disagreements that doesn't mean that Raila Odinga and ODM party will walk away.
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