President Uhuru Kenyatta went all out to defend his bromance with ODM leader Raila Odinga against innuendos, conjectures and open slurs that the latter is a wrecker who leaves a trail of crumbled parties everywhere he goes.
For the umpteenth time, he reiterated that the handshake has
The President said they have never discussed whatever political ambitions- if any- that they harbor come 2022 and that he had “no clue” who ODM is (he is a founding member of that party though)
“He has never told me he wants to be president in 2022; I have
“When it comes to health, this is what we need to do. What is this issue of digitizing our records and what is it about. We sit, we discuss, we agree. He also gives me ideas that enhance something and make it even better. Now what’s wrong with that?”
“The most important thing is us. It’s our people, our country, our future,” he concluded.
Uhuru was speaking when he officially closed the inaugural AfroChampions Boma forum on African infrastructure financing and delivery.
His sentiments have been read as aimed at his Principal Secretary William Ruto and his allies have previously accused Raila of trying to divide Jubilee under the guise of trying to promote the Handshake.