Former presidential candidate Mwalimu Abduba Dida, has hit out at president William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance party members of Parliament who are reportedly working on plans to have the presidential term limit be increased to a maximum of age 75 instead of the 5yrs two terms.
Former presidential candidate Mwalimu Abduba Dida. Photo/Courtesy.
Dida has warned Ruto allies arguing that they will be the most affected by the move. He predicted that should they succeed then Former president Uhuru Kenyatta will make a guaranteed comeback in 2027.
He however noted that UDA was bound to change the constitution despite pretending not to be after power.
"Let's pretend that we didn't know that a chameleon changes its colors. UDA is sailing towards Bermuda triangle. This will affect them more that anyone else. Let President Ruto have his 1 or 2 terms and go. Unless of course you want to have President Uhuru in 2027(Guaranteed)." Mwalimu Dida posted on his social media pages.
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