Following the latest BBI ruling that saw the ruling party jubilee and ODM receive a shocker of their own after the five bench judges declared the whole process null and void. They also accused the president of initiating a process that was against the constitution.
Despite that shocker Jubilee administration has received another blow in the latest by election that have saw deputy president's party winning in perceived Uhuru's backyard. He won in Juja a area believed to be President Uhuru Kenyatta stronghold raising alot of questions.This has increased a series of frustration as UDA has been gaining popularity even in areas that the president command and this open rooms for many to question the influence of Jubilee leadership In many regions of this country.
There is a high possibility that the replica of what is happening in this by elections will happen in 2022 and Ruto win with landslide. Whoever the president will endorse is likely to loose to deputy president William Ruto who has fully established himself in this republic than anyother Politician of late
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