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Coincidence they met at the house?

AI chietha

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The opportunist will stop at nothing to get a hand shake


Fungua macho boss. Ruto ndio amepost hio

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Don’t ever believe in political garbage. Your mental development will decline.


It is all about their self-interests bro… Ata your fake kingpin Gachagua hana interest na wewe,


Several days ago, I accepted an invitation from President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni of Uganda for a joint meeting with President William Samoei Ruto today to discuss the deepening of regional integration within the East African Community. Crucially, at the urging of President Museveni, we also discussed my candidacy for Chairperson of the African Union Commission. I am very grateful to President Museveni for strongly endorsing my candidacy and to President Ruto for fully backing it. We took time out of our busy engagement to visit President Museveni’s wonderous cattle farm in Kisozi. ~ Raila Odinga.

Betrayal in the city. When interests converge the politicos will deal. Raia mkwende mkikaukanga


He can’t believe his god is with his satan balling like kings
Partying Music Video GIF by Taylor Swift


Hii ngombe arudishe pesa ya Finland. Umbwa yeye na hiyo kijiti yake.

Something to do with the Uganda-Tanzania oil import deal. Ruto aliita Baba aongee na M7 aokoe jahazi

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Ruto has expounded his decision to back former Prime Minister Raila Odinga for the African Union Commission chairperson role for the first time since the duo met in Uganda on Monday, February 26.

Speaking during the investment Conference in Homa Bay County on Tuesday, February 27, Ruto reminded the residents that he had always drafted a plan to unite the nation after the controversial 2027 presidential election.

He asserted that no Kenyan ought to be excluded from government despite the outcome of the polls. The deal agreed upon in Uganda while the duo was hosted by President Yoweri Museveni encompassed Ruto’s promise to the nation.

"I was here in Homa Bay during the campaigns and I promised you that there will be no loser here in Kenya. I promised that I would work so hard to ensure that everyone gets a space. You did not believe me. Now you can see how things are going. Didn’t I promise that in the market?

“There is a space for all of us. You do not win by making others lose. We want a win-win situation for all Kenyans. There are no Kenyans who are in the opposition and those in the government,” he expressed.

This was the first time Ruto was commenting on Raila’s bid for the AU job publicly. Raila, on Monday, lauded Ruto and Museveni for backing his bid, and at the same time recognised his perennial nemesis as the President of Kenya.

After the Supreme Court upheld Ruto’s victory and threw out petitions filed by the opposition members, Raila had vowed to never recognise Ruto as a legitimate head of state.

“Crucially, at the urging of President Museveni, we also discussed my candidacy for Chairperson of the African Union Commission. I am very grateful to President Museveni for strongly endorsing my candidacy and to President Ruto for fully backing it,” Raila explained the trip to Uganda.

Notably, key political allies of Ruto including his Cabinet members have publicly thrown their weight behind the ODM party boss.

Other leaders including Public Service Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria also vowed to campaign for Raila ahead of the AU elections.

Meanwhile, reports indicated that Ruto and Raila have already formed a team to woo leaders across the continent. Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi will lead the team owing to his roles in the Foreign Affairs docket.

Other key allies of Raila are also included in the team of experts.

Raila is eying to replace the current chairperson, Moussa Faki, who ascended to the role in 2017 and has served in the position for two terms of four years.

Should he be elected, Raila will act as the Chief Executive Officer(CEO) of the AU and earn a Ksh2.4 million (US15,576.75) monthly salary.

told you

kijana mdogo amepigwa na mbutwa, twa twa twa.


This morning at Capitol Hill Square, I held discussions with the Multi-sectoral Working Group on the Two-Thirds Gender Principle, led by Gender CS Aisha Jumwa. There was widespread consensus that enhanced collaborative efforts are essential for fully realizing its implementation as intended. ~ Raila Odinga

Jaruo jinga imenunuliwa

Governor Kahiga and Joshua Irungu Caution Ruto Against Raila ‘Infiltration’ After Uganda Meeting

Nyeri Governor Mutahi Kahiga and his Laikipia counterpart Joshua Irungu have cautioned President William Ruto against dalliance with Azimio leader Raila Odinga.

Speaking during a burial ceremony in Gitero in Nyeri, Kahiga expressed fears that Raila would easily infiltrate the government, following a meeting the Head of State held with Raila at Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni’s animal firm in Kisozi located in the Central part of the neighbouring country.

“He must be careful. We have seen in the past Raila utilising such an opportunity to infiltrate the Moi, Kibaki, and Uhuru governments and wrecking the boat from within,” Kahiga claimed.

Kahiga, further citing the handshake deal between former president Uhuru Kenyatta and Odinga, cautioned that Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua might suffer the same fate unless Ruto treads carefully.

Rigathi Gachagua alongside Nyeri Governor Mutahi Kahiga

“In the past, we have seen how the then deputy and now president William Ruto was treated when Raila was accommodated in Uhuru’s administration. We would not like a similar scenario to happen to our son,” he added.

On his part, Joshua Irungu noted that the opposition leader was not a trustworthy person, terming him as crafty.

“Ruto should deal with Odinga in a situation where one has to sleep with one eye closed while the other open since he can start something fishy anytime,” Joshua Irungu stated.

In November last year, a faction of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party members led by Kahiga, opposed the creation of an additional deputy party leader position.

This was after speculations going around hinted that the party would establish another deputy position, a role currently held by Rigathi Gachagua. At the time, the ruling party was seeking to foster a national outlook by accommodating kingpins from other regions ahead of the 2027 elections.

“There must be a Party leader and a Deputy Party Leader, the rest can be whatever they want, and we are demanding that as members of the UDA party,” Governor Kahiga charged at the time.

“We have one party leader, and so importantly is to have one deputy party leader.”

Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has positioned himself to succeed William Ruto as the president. In that light, any alliances or truce between the Azimio leader and the head of state is seen as a threat to Gachagua’s plans.