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Murathe tells Raila to Exit Handshake without issuing Threats if he wants to.

The vice chairman of Jubilee party and former MP of Gatanga, has said that if Raila wants t exit the handshake he should do so without threats. Murathe says Uhuru has been kind to Raila all this time, allowing him enjoy State power for a government he did not contribute anything to during its formation.

He added that Uhuru didn’t promise Raila of any support come 2022. That Handshake was about National unity and not 2022 succession.

This comes after James Orengo, said that there are some senior government officers interfering with BBI processes and  who are trying to ensure that Raila doesn’t take over from Uhuru come 2022.

By: Mikey Mugutsu

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