A closed door meeting attended by top Jubilee honchos including the Party’s strategists, Mps and governors has come up with ways to counter Nasa’s December 12th swearing in ceremony.
The team tasked to unveil how best to bring the ceremony to its knees came up with among other suggestions use of the party’s bloggers to ‘mock’ the fete with hashtags like any body can be President of even the most inconsequential associations like ‘boy child.’
This according to the Standard, they hope will cool down temperatures and the euphoria that has grasped Nasa allied regions ahead of the swearing in of Raila Odinga as ‘the people’s President.’
Allegedly, UhuRuto have no plans to interfere with the planned swearing in as this will paint the impression that Odinga is their equal, but instead, wants to launch a smear campaign that will reduce the event to a child’s play.
Jubilee also intends to push the narrative that a section of Nasa governors in the spirit of devolution have expressed interests in working with the ruling party and consequently portray Odinga as a ‘lone ranger’ whose lieutenants do not buy his course.
To achieve this, Jubilee Social media enthusiast Washington Makodingo has been assigned to write an opinion piece for the newspapers highlighting the benefits of devolution under the powers that be while Gabriel Muthuma whose gusto for TV shows is unparalleled will write an article on the historical perspective of devolution.
President Kenyatta had yesterday downplayed any chances of dialogue with Odinga asking him to wait and level it out with William Ruto in 2022 who has declared interest in the most coveted seat in the land.
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