Miserly presidential hopeful won't facilitate grumbling allies

They have pledged to boycott events unless he comes up with a budget for them

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A presidential hopeful seeking to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta (pictured) could soon be a lone ranger after allies from his backyard threatened to boycott his political activities. They have ...

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