Raila's Ally's Secret Message With Uhuru Exposing Ruto Fallout 

  • More details are surfacing indicating that President Uhuru Kenyatta's and Deputy President William Ruto's relationship is broken and far from mending.

    This is after Tony Gachoka, a close ally of Orange Democratic Movement leader, Raila Odinga, disclosed that he spoke with Kenyatta who affirmed that he had a fallout with the DP.

    Gachoka, Pointblank's presenter on KTN News, took to social media on Sunday, September 22, to announce the deteriorated friendship. 

    He further informed that he had sourced the news, not as a journalist, but as as a key confidant of Mount Kenya leaders.

    Odinga with Tony Gachoka. The media personality revealed that there was a fallout between President Uhuru Kenyatta and DP William Ruto

    "Speaking as a Mount Kenya insider not as a media man take it or leave it, DP William Ruto and Kenyatta have fallen out irredeemably! I have spoken with the President about this and on the future of Kenya as he retires," Gachoka posted on his Twitter.

    The journalist's statement coincides with DP Ruto's assertion that Jubilee was in shambles after Odinga 'invaded' it with the famous 2018 handshake.

    "Yes, there is a rift in Jubilee fuelled by political factions, some for punguza mizigo and others for ongeza mzigo initiatives. All these confusion has brought trouble in Jubilee.

    "You all know what is happening on matters of the constitution. The champions of change of the constitution are known (Raila Odinga). This is not the business of Jubilee but other people who are well known to Kenyans," Ruto affirmed during the burial of Meru Senator, Mithika Linturi's father, on Tuesday, September 17, in Igembe South, Meru County.

    Nairobi Senator, Johnson Sakaja, during JKLive show on Citizen TV on Wednesday, September 12, also stated that Jubilee was broken and efforts to revive it were futile.

    "Jubilee is not dead but it’s ailing and it can be treated and rejuvenated. We formed the party with the thought that 20 years later we will still have it, but differences have risen," Sakaja opined. 

    Finally, Nyeri Town MP, Ngunjiri Wambugu, had also stated that Kenyatta and Ruto did not see eye to eye.

    "I don't think there is a working relationship between the president and his deputy, I believe it has completely fallen apart," he remarked during an interview with K24's Anne Kiguta on Sunday, September 15. 

    Nyeri Town MP Ngunjiri Wambugu speaking on K24, on Sunday, September 15. The MP accused DP William Ruto of undermining the president.