Fresh Details of an Impending Uhuru-Ruto ‘Handshake’ in June That Will Finish Raila Odinga Completely.

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President Uhuru Kenyatta and deputy president William Ruto are secretly working to resolve their current wrangles that will culminate in a handshake in June. This is according to the Saturday, May 30th report by The Star Newspaper.

It goes ahead to reveal that a team of religious leaders is currently working on a reconciliatory deal between President Uhuru Kenyatta and deputy president William Ruto. The outcome is promising as both parties have shown willingness to pursue this noble course.

These reports concur with a previous Punchline show interview by Mutahi Ngunyi. While speaking to K24 TV, Mutahi Ngunyi stated that it will not be a surprise to realize that president Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto have been all along calling each other laughing at night at how they will punish Raila Odinga.

“Don’t be shocked if you find out that Uhuru and Ruto have been calling each other at night and laughing at someone. This is politics and anything is possible,” said Mutahi Ngunyi on K24 TV.

National assembly Majority leader Aden Duale previously made a controversial statement that might prove to be true in light of this new development.

Speaking during a press conference, he stated that President Uhuru Kenyatta and deputy president William Ruto are working together behind the scenes to fix Raila Odinga. He further stated that Raila is in for a rude shock if he thinks Uhuru has abandoned Ruto for him.

The Star newspaper reports that just like the Raila-Uhuru handshake that was a shocker to many, so is the impending Uhuru-Ruto handshake. If this handshake between Uhuru and Ruto finally happens, that will be the end of Raila Odinga’s political career.

His dreams of ever becoming the president of Kenya will have been swept under the rocks. There is no other politician that Raila Odinga can team up with to beat the Uhuru-Ruto team.

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