Kikuyu leaders have come out to give their opinion on the rift between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto and Ruto’s allies are not be happy with them, Lion Net News has confirmed.
The Rift which has been going on for over 2 years has moved from worse to worst. Things have only worsened after the President’s latest move to ‘fumigate’ his Jubilee party.
William Ruto’s 2022 ambitions have thrown into a limbo after Uhuru’s decision to clean house. His close associates have been kicked out of the senate and parliamentary committees and his troops are scattering. Politicians being self-seekers are now wary to be associated with him
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As purge continues to take the wind out of Ruto’s, Kikuyu council of elders has come out to weigh in on the Uhuruto deteriorating relationship which is going through a hard taste of time.
Speaking to Lion Net News, the council led by Kiama Kia-Ma Supreme Council, have given Deputy President William Ruto together with his allies an ultimatum. They have urged them to support President Uhuru Kenyatta’s development agenda and stop being power-hungry.
The elders said it was so unfortunate for the DP and his allies to continue advocating for their own interests and keep campaigning instead of Helping the President to fight corruption and the current escalating pandemic situation in the country.
The elders insisted that the region was fully behind the President and warned the DP and his allies against alleged plans to divide Central Kenya.
“We have witnessed the effort the President is making to deliver services to our people. We ask every leader in Kenya to join him in this work and do not want to be divided, “Muthamaki Kariuki was Kibui stated.
They insisted that the region will not tolerate efforts by Disgruntled leaders to discredit the country’s head of state.
The Elders, however, said if Ruto wanted to be assured of the region’s support he had to fully remain behind President Uhuru.
The elders’ advice to Ruto comes only two days after political bigwigs from the Central Kenya region had a publicized political lunch meeting in Nairobi to rally behind the new Leader of Majority in the National Assembly Amos Kimunya on July 8, 2020.
The elders supported the pending constitutional change, stating it would guarantee peace and improvement of livelihoods and basic freedom.