The war between the two heads of state intensified in Kiambaa as a UDA Billboard was erected on land belonging to Uhuru’s relative. The relative ranted and asked the Billboard be taken down immediately.
In a Facebook post, the Gatundu South Member of Parliament, Moses Kuria claimed the owner of the land didn’t want to be associated with anything to do with UDA.
Kuria went ahead to say that he paid for the billboard publicizing a UDA candidate for the coming by-election in cash, and all looked well till the owner of the property started pushing for the removal of the billboard.
It is now clear, the ties between the President and the Deputy President hold onto a loose grip as a cut of the same is looming from the horizon.