Is Kenya's Ruling Party Still Intact as DP Ruto Claims?

Jubilee leaders claim the opposition is now using the Odinga-Kenyatta handshake to cause confusion and a political storm in the ruling party, thus undermining the implementation of the Big Four agenda of manufacturing, housing, food security and healthcare. They say the opposition has come up with the "corruption narrative" to tarnish the image of the Jubilee Party ahead of the 2022 General Election.

President Uhuru Kenyatta (left) and his deputy William Ruto attend musician Joseph Kamaru's burial in Murang'a (file photo).


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