Wednesday May 8, 2019 - Former Kiambu Governor, William Kabogo, has revealed that all is not well in Jubilee Party and President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy, William Ruto, are not reading from the same script.

In an interview with Citizen TV‘s Hussein Mohamed on Tuesday, Kabogo said Uhuru and Ruto who had a good political relationship are in a bitter political fallout.

Kabogo blamed the fallout on the DP, accusing him of contradicting the President and defying his orders.

"I have known both of them and I have known Raila.”

“Right now their (Uhuru and Ruto) relationship is not a bed of roses.”

“It's not as rosy as people would want to imagine because there is no way your boss would say this and you are saying anything against it.”

“It's like challenging your boss," Kabogo said.

Kabogo said unless the DP changes his new acquired behavior of contradicting the President, he will be in trouble when hunting for presidential votes in 2022.

“Yes he will have a hard time in 2022,” Kabogo told Citizen TV's presenter, Hussein Mohamed.


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