It is quite evident that president Uhuru Kenyatta is backing his handshake partner, Raila Odinga's 2022 bid. Going by his recent sentiments, the head of state has presented the ODM boss was the best bet for Kenyans and this has not gone down well with a section of Ruto's allies.
Taking to his Facebook page, senator Kindiki Kithure has delivered a shocker for the duo and their supporters. Taking for instance, the Uhuru, Raila backed BBI report that flopped miserably, he told them to wait for another unpleasant surprise cone 2022, 9th August.
He accused them of using state machineries to sabotage Ruto's bid but he warned them on another forthcoming shocker of their favorite candidate losing to unstoppable self proclaimed chief hustler on next years general elections.
"We told them BBI won’t go far. They bragged that nothing can stand on the way of Big Money, the Deep State & the system. BI flopped with a thud. Now they have gathered all the State Machinery and the richest Tenderprenuers who have been on the locust, COVID, KEMSA etc scandals, all against one man, falsely accusing him for all the problems Kenya has faced for 60 years. On 9th August next year, the grand scheme will come tumbling down like a meteor.." Kindiki posted.
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