Some few years ago, the Jubilee party under the leadership of president Uhuru Kenyatta splited into two opposing sides. One side calling itself Tangatanga and other side calling itself Kieleweke. This division came in after the fallout between president Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto soon after the Handshake.
Due to these divisions, we have witnessed constant wars between these two factions. The Jubilee party have been removing the Tangatanga allies from various goverment positions as a way of punishment. Of late, we witnessed the removal of hon Irungu Kangata and Francis Mwaura from their posts in the Senate.
Now, today, it seems that the Tangatanga brigade have realized that home is the best. They have now hinted at going back to Uhuru's Jubilee party to solve their differences. As established by the daily nation newspaper today, the Tangatanga brigade have made a sudden U-turn where they now want to Mend the fences with Uhuru Kenyatta. However, these allies have some conditions to be fulfilled. The first one is calling for Jubilee party, including Ruto in the handshake and finally, Uhuru should support William Ruto's 2022 Ambitions.
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