Since Handshake between the former Prime Minister and ODM Party Leader Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta took place in 2018, the two leaders embraced unity in all government dealings without anyone of the two leaders opposing.
This put the Deputy President William Ruto at crossroads since he was left at the periphery of the Government's projects without a say. Due to this the deputy President William Ruto and the handshake gurus never wanted to see an eye to eye politically. Especially the retired Prime Minister and Deputy President.
Both never shied away from throwing bombshell to one another in public. No one could ever imagine that the duo' supporters could join hands in working together in whatever cost, Or none could ever imagine that Raila Odinga's supporters could reject the government's projects or endorsement.
However, for the first time since the handshake in March 2018, lawmakers allied to ODM Party Leader Raila Odinga joined hands with some supporters of Deputy President to Oppose a PS nominee brought before Parliament.
The government, sensing defeat, called for adjournment of the motion and Majority Leader Amos Kimunya wants a rematch.
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