According to the ANC party leader the differences between president Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto are not mean at all. He affirms that already the public service and and the Cabinet is divided badly something that might lead to the military also getting divided along the lines of the two top leaders in the country.
Musalia Mudavadi revealed that moving into the 2022 general election, it's clear things might get worse. He predicted doom and affirmed that unless this two leaders unite, then Kenya might face trouble for the military might come in just like it has happened in most other countries like South Sudan and Guinea.
Mudavadi affirms that military is also obviously divided a long Uhuru and Ruto fights and moving into 2022 that might get worse. He is of the view that this leaders must call for truce and stop the fighting for them to offer services to the electorates.
Mudavadi revealed that differences between Uhuru and his deputy William Ruto can have serious trickle effect into both the police and especially the military something that might lead Kenya to dangerous levels like us happening in most African countries. He is clear leaders must unite and come together instead of fighting this wars which could be catastrophic moving into 2022 especially to the the innocent citizens.
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