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Monday, 12 March 2018


Tharaka Nithi Senator Kithure Kindiki has revealed that he is afraid National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga will destroy Jubilee.
Senator Kithure welcomed the newfound unity between President Uhuru Kenyatta and the opposition leader, but warned the ruling coalition's members that Raila's entry might scuttle the 2022 general election plot.
Speaking on Sunday during a church service in Tharaka, the Senator stated: "Raila has a history of breaking parties whenever he joins coalitions. He formed a coalition with KANU in 1997 using LDP only to implode it from within."
He stated that Jubilee already had agreed to front Deputy President William Ruto
as the party's 2022 presidential candidate and cautioned that Raila might scuttle that agreement.
"Raila is like a camel that told a house owner to allow it shelter only its head from the rains only to ask for his hump to be allowed in too" Senator Kithure stated.
"After it was finally allowed, the entire camel came inside and the house crumbled. We do not want that to happen to Jubilee," Kindiki told the congregation.
However, the Senate Majority leader applauded the show of unity between President Uhuru and Raila noting that the move should be "used to introduce minimum but essential pro-people constitutional reforms."

The Senator noted that the political partnership would pacify the country and help in the stabilisation of the national economy, address inclusivity, and end tribalism.
He further supported proposals to broaden the executive structure at the top by creating the position of a non-executive Prime Minister and two deputies.
President Uhuru and Raila met for talks at Harambee House and issued a joint statement with a pledge to let go of the acrimony around last year's presidential poll.

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