Uhuru’s Project Dirty Little Secret Exposed; What Messi Did In The Dressing Room After Winning World Cup & KANU Members Choose Between Moi And Salat

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Leaders allied to former president Uhuru Kenyatta have elicited wild reactions after they declared Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya supremo Raila Odinga as their preferred candidate for the 2027 elections.

Jubilee vice chairman, David Murathe, and secretary-general, Jeremiah Kioni, have opined that Raila is still their preferred candidate for the presidency unless he backs out of the race.

Moreover, Murathe and Kioni argued that the high cost of living and taxation will prompt Mt Kenya to lead the line in Kenyans turning against President William Ruto to Raila ahead of the 2027 elections.

Kioni further refuted reports that Azimio was divided despite stating, a few weeks ago, that the Jubilee party was free to cut ties with Raila since his political debt was fully settled during the August polls.

Do you think Raila has any chance against President William Ruto in 2027? Or was the 2022 election his fifth and last stab at the presidency?

Meanwhile here are the news making headlines on Opera News today:

Uhuru’s Project Dirty Little Secret Exposed

Uhuru to meet Azimio newly elected leaders at 10am

It has been over three months since former President Uhuru Kenyatta left office following the win that had been registered by his successor President William Ruto who had defeated his close opponents to lead in the presidential elections.

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What Messi Did In The Dressing Room After Winning World Cup

Argentina vs Netherlands: 'Aging genius' Lionel Messi looking to inspire La  Celeste | CNN

It is now evident that Lionel Messi is the greatest footballer of all time.

He had won everything and the only thing that was remaining is World Cup which he has now fulfilled by winning it.

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KANU Members Choose Between Moi And Salat

Nick Salat Pushes for Gideon Moi's Resignation - Kenyans.co.ke

KANU party members on Sunday revealed who they have decided to rally behind and follow going forward, following the split between Chair Gideon Moi and Secretary General Nick Salat.

The split has been caused by a recent move by the party’s National Executive Committee (NEC) to suspend Salat, over alleged misconduct.

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