President William Ruto and Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya Alliance leader Raila Odinga were spotted together at significant events in Nairobi and Muranga County.
In an important development, Odinga and Ruto ran into each other while attending separate events. Odinga was there at the Nairobi St. Mary’s School for the wife of Alfred Gitonga’s funeral mass. Since Odinga halted the protests, they had not spoken before this public gathering. It’s interesting that this occurred at the same time that the Jubilee party was experiencing internal strife due to the expulsion of Murathe and other party members by a renegade faction led by Kega and Sabina Chege.
While this was happening, President Ruto left Nairobi and is now in Muranga County for David Waweru Ngethe’s funeral in the Kandara Constituency. Gethe was a previous member of parliament and is the father of Dagoreti South MP, Hon. KJ.
In other developments, President Rutos’ appearance at the funeral has drawn notice because he is accompanied by two ODM MPs, Felix Oduor of Langata, also known as Jalan’ ah, and Babu Owino of Embakasi East. Observers are curious about this sudden alliance of political figures, and their eyebrows are raised.
President William Ruto has arrived in Murang’a to preside over the funeral of David Waweru Kangethe, a personal friend and former member of parliament. Following another big occurrence, the head of state is visiting the area for the second time in a short period of time.
Rigathi Gachagua, the deputy president, has since arrived in Mukurweini, Nyeri County, where he will preside over the graduation ceremony for Mukurweni Technical Training College. Prior to this, he had attended a ceremony where he had given a school bus to one of the best schools in the area.
In parallel, the National Constituency Development Fund-sponsored program’s distribution of school buses is being overseen by Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi in Njoro. Several people have criticized this idea. Recent interactions by these three leaders demonstrate their dedication to advancing Kenya’s economy, despite some Kenyans’ reservations regarding the high costs of basic necessities. They seek to address these issues and advance the economy by actively participating in various initiatives.
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