Aden Duale Reveals Details of a Warning Text Message Sent to All UDA Aspirants; More Drama As Nairobi Governor Speaks After She Was Allegedly Denied a Chance To Speak On Jamhuri Day & Tough Times For Ruto As Close Ally Distances Self From UDA Party

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President Uhuru Kenyatta believes the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) is just a dream deferred. Speaking on the legal obstacles the BBI has faced in recent months, the head of state said that everything that has so far happened is just a postponement of a constitutional change which is inevitable. Uhuru was speaking during the Jamhuri Day Celebrations at the Uhuru Gardens.

Still, at the Uhuru Gardens, ODM party leader Raila Odinga hailed President Uhuru Kenyatta for bolstering a reputable governance of the nation since his election in 2013.

On his end, DP William Ruto assured President Kenyatta of his determination to ensure every Kenyan feels included and part of the beneficiaries of the national cake.

These are the news making headlines on the Opera News App today:

Aden Duale Reveals Details of a Warning Text Message Sent to All UDA Aspirants, DP Ruto not Spared

Garissa Town Member of Parliament Hon Aden Duale has revealed details of a text message sent by the United Democratic Alliance Party Secretary-General Veronicah Maina as a warning to all aspirants not sparing even their flag bearer Deputy President William Ruto.

According to Duale, he has informed that going by the recent instructions given by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Chairman Wafula Chebukati warning those seeking elective seats not to engage in fundraisers.

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More Drama As Nairobi Governor Anne Kananu Speaks After She Was Allegedly Denied a Chance To Speak On Jamhuri Day

Yesterday, President Uhuru Kenyatta led the nation as Kenya marked the 58th Madaraka day celebrations. The colorful event was held at the newly renovated Uhuru gardens in Nairobi.

Leaders led the deputy president, ODM leader Raila Odinga, and Musalia Mudavadi all graced the event.

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Tough Times Ahead For Ruto As Vocal Party Leader & Close Ally Distances Himself From UDA Party

The last few months have not been the best for Deputy President William Ruto and his TangaTanga group after they found themselves on the receiving end of unfavorable treatment from the same government they actively participated in its formation.

Ruto and his battalion found themselves on the periphery of the jubilee government with President Kenyatta seemingly unhappy with how his assistant had been behaving in their second term in office

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