It is now a well-known fact that immediate President Uhuru Kenyatta is not prepared to fulfill his political promises of confronting the leader of the ODM Party and the entire Opposition.
This comes in response to the flurry of confirmed reports that the former head of state has once more abstained from attending a crucial meeting that was organized by the leaders of the Azimio Coalition. At this meeting, Raila is said to have discussed the reasons why he decided to accept Ruto's victory.
According to an exclusive political report published by the Star Newspaper on Saturday, it appears that Uhuru Kenyatta sent Hon. David Murathe to represent him this time around, just like he did at the Machakos Athi River meeting, where he sent Jeremiah Kioni.
Additionally, Kalonzo and Karua are said to have promised to support Raila through thick and thin during the meeting, stating that no one will even attempt to silence them whenever they wish to voice their concerns.
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