COLLINS AJUOK: Why anti-Uhuru rebellion in Central Kenya is good for Raila’s presidential bid

Raila already enjoys the support of almost half of the voting population, without the support of the Kikuyu and Kalenjin

In Summary

• At the burial of the mother of ANC leader Mudavadi, Uhuru suggested it was time for the presidency to stop changing hands between two communities in the country

• If Uhuru really meant his words, then nothing would satisfy him more than these two communities voting against his wishes and heading to the opposition as it would give the new President from a “neutral” tribe a better start for recalibration of government

It took just a few days between the declaration by Kiambu Woman Representative Gathoni Wamuchomba that she was heading for a “meeting behind the tent”, and her popping up at DP William Ruto’s side in ...

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