Why Uhuru's Jubilee stares at acrimonious split
April. 14, 2019
The anti-graft war, the handshake deal and President Uhuru Kenyatta’s unresolved succession puzzle could trigger an implosion in Jubilee, politicians and analysts have warned.
Friction has already erupted in Jubilee with Deputy President William Ruto’s allies crying foul over the renewed anti-graft war which they say is engineered to clip their man’s 2022 wings.
The DP, who has personally raised misgivings with the handshake deal, maintains ODM leader Raila Odinga is interested in wrecking the ruling party following his political truce with President Uhuru.
Walking a tightrope in his bid to succeed President Uhuru, Ruto tore into Raila whom he has accused of working with a section of Jubilee MPs to scuttle his presidential bid.
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