Ruto the expected candidate to succeed Uhuru Kenyatta his plans seem to be flopping courtesy of the breakout of whats happening in Jubilee Party with the reforms so far in the senate house and as expected in the next state house parliamentary meeting probably on 2 or 6 of June.
“As Kenyans are focused on the Covid-19 pandemic, some shadowy characters are attempting to fraudulently institute illegal changes in officials of Jubilee party. As deputy party leader, I have alerted the registrar of the fraud. Party members should know that the matter is being handled,” Dr Ruto tweeted weeks ago this revealing Jubilee party is in parts as on the other hand Uhuru and Raila are focused on reforming the government.
Raila Odinga hinting at sweeping changes that will take the country by storm before the end of the year. The ODM leader said his handshake with President Uhuru Kenyatta will lead into a referendum to change Kenya’s governance structure and not a coalition government anticipated by many.
Speaking to Milele FM on Tuesday, May 26, the opposition supremo dismissed talks of a “nusu mkate” government similar to the 2008-2013 coalition government he engaged in with retired president Mwai Kibaki. “I want to make it clear that Jubilee has not asked us to join government as a coalition partner. We also have never discussed such a thing with them. What brings us together is the handshake and the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI),” Raila said.
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