Jubilee, the ruling party, has been going through a difficult period since it became clear that President Uhuru would break his promise to support Ruto’s presidential bid.
Numerous top figures have deserted Uhuru’s party in favor of DP Ruto’s unified democratic Alliance (UDA).
Thus far, three chief whips have resigned: Professor Kithure Kindiki, his successor, Irungu Kangata, and the current head whip, Kimani Wamatangi.
Nonetheless, of all the defections, Wamatangi’s on Saturday appeared to have forced the president to rethink his strategy.
According to Taifa Leo, the Angry Uhuru was forced to convene a crisis meeting with the party’s highest leadership in order to choose the best course of action.
Uhuru is alleged to have charged Vice Chairman David Murathe, Maoka Maore, and Maina Kamanda, among others, with going to the ground to ascertain how the Azimio message was being received.
The president anticipates that they will present him with a report outlining new strategies for marketing Raila in the region.
The President’s approach has elicited a range of reactions from Kenyans online, with the majority blaming Uhuru for the defections and warning him to expect more.
Others chastised his advisers for never telling him the truth about ground reality.
Alex Martim: I’m sorry.
Ruto nated na Mambo Bado mountain, according to Luke Mwangi.
Kenneth Muriithi: My president, when people feel threatened, they act differently, as you may be realizing now.
My President, you will see dust on Mambo Bado as people await the dissolution of Parliament.
The following are screenshots of online reactions:
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