Insider Reveals Sabotage Within Ruto’s Inner Circle


  • Former Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Mwangi Kiunjuri has revealed clashes within the camp of Deputy President William Ruto in the United Democratic Alliance (UDA).

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    Speaking during an interview with Inooro TV on Sunday evening, May 2, Kiunjuri said that a recent meeting between Ruto, Mt Kenya leaders and economists turned the politicians over.

    “There is an internal conflict in UDA and recently I heard them accusing each other. Mukami (Nyeri Woman Rep) accuses Rigathi (Mathira MP) of excluding him from a meeting while in Nakuru, Kihika (Nakuru Senator) is in trouble for skipping talks, â € Kiunjuri said.

    Former Mwangi Kiunjuri of Agriculture (Left) and Deputy President William Ruto were photographed at Thiru Secondary School, Laikipia County on February 22, 2020.

    He also clarified that his decision not to join the UDA party was so that he could have a savings plan in case of collapse, adding that the people of Mount Kenya needed the party to protect their interests.

    “I am a supporter of the deputy president but I cannot join the UDA. I decided to form a TSP so that if the UDA catches fire, I will tell my people in Mount Kenya that I had predicted,” Kiunjuri said, adding that the region with the most votes needed to be united.

    He noted that without a regular party, the leaders of Mount Kenya could be removed from the UDA or other parties as they were expelled from Jubilee.

    Kiunjuri is one of three politicians vying for a co-seat in the Ruto camp, with Rigathi and Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria running for office.

    Kuria meeting with Baringo Senator Gideon Moi and KANU General Secretary Nick Salat last week left many questions unanswered.

    Kuria was also not seen during a recent meeting with Mt Kenya officials despite being also an economist.

    Like Kiunjuri, the Gatundu MP has launched his own political outfit, the People’s Empowerment Party.

    Gatundu South Moses Kuria and KANU General Secretary Nick Salat on May 1, 2021Gatundu South Moses Kuria and KANU General Secretary Nick Salat on May 1, 2021

    Gatundu South Moses Kuria and KANU General Secretary Nick Salat on May 1, 2021


    Ruto began the rally on Friday, April 30, with the aim of entering central Kenya as President Uhuru Kenyatta’s peak period ends.

    The DP promised to build on two fundamental principles that he helped Uhuru create in 2013 including transforming the country from chains of ethnic mobilization to a new concept based on common consensus.



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