Bahati Mp Kimani Ngunjiri gave a presser on Sunday afternoon, 11th April 2021, about the alleged merger between Deputy president William Ruto and Orange Democrat Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga in 2022.
The controversial DP Ruto allied legislator cleared the air on speculations of the DP Working with the Former Premier in 2022,clarifying various statements by the DP that have raised speculations among Kenyans.
The legislator has clarified that when the DP earlier stated that ODM and United Democratic Alliance(UDA) are the only parties with the face of the country, he didn't mean he is going to work with Raila.
He stated that the DP made that statement because Jubilee where UDA also belongs does not have the National outlook and has lost its domininance in the political arena.
The legislator added that despite the fact that they are still in Jubilee and supporting President Uhuru until 2022, they are putting their house in order to see to it that DP Ruto becomes the next head of State.
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