The Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Amollo Odinga is reportedly a troubled man as a section of Jubilee party MPs changed tune in supporting his presidential ambition, calls for Uhuruto Reunion as New Details emerges.
As seen reported by the STAR media moments ago, section jubilee party parliamentarians are now happy with the Uhuruto Reunion calls. This has reportedly left the ODM party worried since it might hurt Raila's presidential bid especially after putting all his eggs in one bucket; that is relying on President Uhuru Kenyatta's support to cling to power in 2022.
Nyeri Town constituency Member of parliament Hon Wambugu Ngujiri who also spoke to the STAR has confirmed the reports saying that everyone in the ruling jubilee party will be more than happy to welcome DP Ruto home. According to him, Ruto's return might help the ruling party regain its lost glory after the Seco d in command walked out.
"We will be more than happy to welcome deputy president Dr. William Ruto home. We are ready to put aside our differences and focuses on rebuilding our beloved Jubilee party," Hon Wambugu confirmed.
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