Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga's 2018 handshake was an epic testimony that in politics, there are no permanent enemies with UhuRuto fallout cementing the very statement that there are no permanent friends as well.
Agwambo and Uhuru's political teams had exchanged political missiles in 2017 general elections which nearly plunged the country to an abyss.
As Jomo and Jaramogi's sons became friends so did the latter's 2022 bid regain its momentum. Theories of Kenyatta II endorsing Baba as his preferred successor become common but since there is an ever widening gap between theory and practicals, things may turn out negative.
Kenyan politicians are not the most trustful beings currently living under the sun, betrayals are imminent and anybody can become a victim. Assuming Uhuru turns out to be a cunning fox, what will Jakom do? Is there plan B? Definitely yes.
Raila has been in politics for decades and as of now, he can tell when it will rain and when it will be dry hot and this he has already noticed. Should Uhuru play games, he will be unlucky one.
Chances are; Raila will reunite with his former ODM co-principal William Ruto and this will verily be a tsunami that will leave nothing standing. William and Raila's camps have already started sending emissaries to smoothen hearts.
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