President Uhuru Kenyatta wants to leave behind a strong legacy when he retires. It has been his dream to leave behind a strong legacy and the good thing is that even if he retires today, then he has already done to leave a legacy that will be remembered for a very long period of time. That is because he managed to bring peace and unity in the country through his handshake with Raila Odinga.
Just recently, it was said that President Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee was in talks with Raila Odinga ODM to form a coalition ahead of 2022 general election. That is something that raised questions in the nation but today, all the Kenyans were answered by Amos Kimunya.
While speaking to TV47 Kenya, Amos Kimunya left Kenyans talking after he disclosed the truth about coalition plans between Raila Odinga's ODM and their Jubilee party. Kimunya stated that they have not yet signed anything with ODM though it is true that there are ongoing talks. He went on to state that they aren't just talking with ODM alone but also with many other parties.
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