The political climate in regards 2022 general elections to be held next in Kenya has been hot lately with blows following hard blows over political stands and development judgment so far. Everybody is trying to position themselves in a good place for the approaching political battle.
This has been noted by so many other politicians in the game like Mutula Kilonzo junior who took to twitter to reveal that political realignments are coming earlier than we anticipated predicting that parliament will be very lively next month.
The political realignments will come earlier than we anticipated . The battle lines are evident . The drama is at boiling point . Parliament will be very lively next month . I can bet on it
— Sen Mutula KilonzoJR (@SenMutula) January 7, 2019
Among the hottest topics currently is the resignation of Jubilee vice chairman David Murathe believed to be a Uhuru close ally who has started a fierce war against the president’s Deputy William Ruto.
Murathe has vowed that he will not allow Ruto to bid for presidency in the next elections terming it illegal and even threatening to take him to court.
On the other hand Moses Kuria has been on many lips for his daring remarks against the president regarding the development of Mt Kenya region, to which the president gave a stern response on Monday terming those pushing him as ‘washenzi’ and advising them to leave him alone because he is a hard man to scare.
Even so Kuria was reportedly seen to take over the issue again maintaining his stand that the president had not ensured development in Mt Kenya regions.
Another political tweet that seems to touch this battles came from senator Moses Wetangula who summarized his prophecy that some politicians are to their partners smelling like goat as a result betrayal in the city is going down.
The signs of the day are clear and speak to what I said : When the hyena wants to devour her own children, she starts by accusing them of smelling like goats. Some politicians are to their partners smelling like goats. “Betrayal in the city!”, Imbuga wrote.
— Sen.Moses Wetang’ula (@Wetangulam) January 7, 2019
Do you agree that political betrayals in Kenya are taking place in new realignments in the preparation for the 2022 general elections?