Pro-Ruto ally accuses ODM leaders of cajoling Uhuru to ditch Jubilee

Photo; President Uhuru Kenyatta during a past function/ Photo courtesy

The abusive and unnecessary noise in Jubilee Party is seemingly giving the other parties an advantage to cajole President Uhuru Kenyatta to re-consider his prospects of surviving in that party.

Just recently , ODM leaders  put President Uhuru Kenyatta on the spot, urging him to carefully choose his successor so his legacy in the fight against corruption is not tainted.

Led by minority leaders John Mbadi (National Assembly) and James Orengo (Senate), the leaders noted that discussions on the President’s successor cannot be avoided.

However Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has stated that ODM are ill-advising the President to quit his Jubilee party.

Kipchumba Muromen has stated that ODM did not understand the meaning of The Building Bridges Initiative and thus they are using the handshake to advance their own political agenda.

Photo: Senator Kipchumba Murkomen during a past political function/Photo courtesy

“ODM members are trying to cajole the president to leave his political party and endorse someone from another political party because they misunderstand the intention of what Building Bridges was all about,”claimed Murkomen.

Murkomen has claimed that the Building Bridges was founded on the Jubilee manifesto and that ODM have come in deep understanding of what it entails.

“Building Bridges Initiative and uniting the country is founded on Jubilee’s manifesto,” Insisted Murkomen.

He has also debunked the notion that DP Ruto and President Uhuru do not read from the same script.

The Senate Majority Leader has claimed that the relationship between Uhuru and Ruto is compact unlike rumors of division.

“If you were to see the President and DP conversing (whether in public or privately), you would be shocked about the news of there being a rift between the two…,” Murkomen asserted.



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