Political analyst and former president Uhuru Kenyatta's adviser Mutahi Ngunyi has alleged interesting details about the just concluded presidential elections. According to Ngunyi, Uhuru wanted to handover power to President William Ruto but also wanted to make peace with Raila Odinga before his retirement.
Herd is link: https://twitter.com/MutahiNgunyi/status/1603001604407435267?s=20&t=qi4uxwrMWr2gPM79__TJ6w
Mutahi Ngunyi is overly convinced that the former president managed to achieve his agenda for the country because the elections were peaceful. Ngunyi is convinced that Uhuru Kenyatta used Raila as bridge to ensure that Ruto assumed the reigns of power.
According to Mutahi Ngunyi, the Azimio coalition was played because their desire and purpose was crafted by their enemy, purported friend Uhuru Kenyatta. He is clear that Uhuru never believed in the political ambitions of the former premier Raila Odinga.
There has been talks within the Azimio circle that Uhuru Kenyatta was indeed supporting William Ruto silently. This is an issue that has disturbed the Azimio leaders heavily for nobody knows of what was the exact game plan.
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