The political battle supremacy is getting messy and ugly as leaders now regroup to make sure that 2022 general elections is there year. The handshake between president Uhuru Kenyatta and Hon Raila Odinga is giving section of leaders nightmare with DP William Ruto now clearly expressing disappointments.
2022 general elections are approaching with speed and Raila Odinga is really growing famous among Mt Kenya people SK Macharia Tasking president Uhuru Kenyatta with tough task.
Nakuru governor Lee Kinyanjui on his side dismissed Tangatanga for saying Baba can't be sold in Mt Kenya. He said, Governor Lee Kinyanjui: I think that our people are cognisant of the fact that times change and people change…Nobody is impossible to sell in any region as long as the narrative is suitable." He said.
Tangatanga afliates have been left worried as key leaders are moving to support Raila Odinga. Section of experts feel Ruto betrayed President Uhuru Kenyatta and he can't be trusted.
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