Moses Kuria reveals what will happen in 2018 After Uhuru-Raila deal

Could this be true?

“Kenya will be a de-defacto one party democracy by December 2018,” he said on his Facebook page.

His words come just days after opposition Chief and ODM party leader Raila Odinga called for a truce with President Uhuru Kenyatta and pledged to work with him for the interests of the nation.

Kenya was a one party state from 1982, to 1991 when section 2 (a) of the constitution was repealed to re-introduce the multi-party system.

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