The Honorable Martha Karua, the leader of the NARC party, has finally spoken out about the potential of retiring if and when former Kenyan Prime Minister and Orange Democratic Movement party leader, the Honorable Raila Odinga, becomes president following the upcoming general elections in a few months.
At an event a few days ago, renowned United Democratic Alliance party politician, Honorable Irungu Kangata, stated that they could not trust Martha Karua to deliver since the former Kenyan Prime Minister is a harsh politician.
According to Irungu's claims, Karua may leave the government for Kenya's former Prime Minister as a result of the scandal.
Karua declared on InooroTV that she is more powerful than other politicians. She asserted that she would work professionally with Kenya's previous prime minister because the two of them have the same goal if they win elections.
Kenyans who flocked to their various social media accounts to offer their ideas and suggestions on the topic commended the renowned politician for protecting the former Kenyan prime minister despite the fact that she is currently being undercut by a number of lawmakers.
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