Former nominated senator with the Jubilee party Isaac Mwaura has now come out to claim that during the recent Mashujaa Day celebrations which were held in the county of Kirinyaga there had been a plan to endorse the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga. The former senator made the sensational claim, asserting that the plan had been cooked and ready for execution by operators on the ground, but it failed after an unexpected incident took place that day.
The Ruiru parliamentary seat aspirant made his claim while appearing on Radio Jambo’s weekly political show Mazungumzo Wazi Wazi which was hosted by Bramwell Mwololo. Alongside Isaac in the studio was lawyer and activist Brian Weke, and also former Amani National Congress party Secretary General, Brian Mong’are.
Isaac said that the recent heightened political trips which the former Prime Minister has been making to the mountain were building up to an endorsement on Mashujaa Day. The former ODM legislator claimed that the day’s culmination of festivities and celebrations was supposed to be the endorsement of Raila during the historical day. However, everything changed and their plans fell asunder after an unexpected incident took place during the governor’s speech at the dais.
When governor Waiguru invited the deputy president William Ruto to speak, there was wild cheer and a deafening applause. According to Mwaura, this sent the endorsement organisers into panic mode. They feared that the popularity which the DP enjoys in the area would have resulted in bad scenes were they to proceed with endorsing Raila.
Mwaura claimed that due to this, they hurriedly shelved their plans and proceeded with the official schedule.
Just this past week, Mwaura led a delegation from Ruiru and other parts of Kiambu to the Deputy President’s official Karen residence. In the meeting, the group promised to support Dr. William Ruto fully in his quest to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta.
Ruto, on his part, emphasized on his bottom-up approach, and promised to improve the living standards of all low income earning people popularly known as hustlers.
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