Good Morning Kenyans.
The political stage in the country is indeed the gift that keeps on giving.
Former President Uhuru Kenyatta was back in the spotlight after months of silence.
The fired up ex-Head of state fired at his enemies over the recent attacks on him and his party, Jubilee.
During the organisation’s NDC meeting, the veteran politician indirectly fired a salvo at President William Ruto, Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and the Kenya Kwanza camp as a whole.
Uhuru noted that he was not the type of person that should be messed with.
In addition, he remarked that he is yet to call it quits in the political game.
The Jubilee party leader also weighed in on the current wrangles affecting the group.
The ‘son of Jomo’ gave an ultimatum to rebels within the party.
This brings us to the big question, will Uhuru’s show of might restore parity in the trouble laden Jubilee?
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