Alego Usonga lawmaker Samuel Atandi now says that the close union being enjoyed between President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition boss Raila Odinga might not live to see 2022.

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Speaking on Monday, the MP said that the truce is based on some well spelt out agreements, which will either strengthen or break the link of the friendship between the two sides.

The MP who hails from Raila's side noted that the former Premier has given Uhuru a time frame within which the agreements and dictates of the truce should be completely realized.

He added that after two or three years, Raila's Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) will decide on whether or not to stay in the handshake.

"We have our agreements with Uhuru which revolve around the betterment of the country. If his policies fail to bare fruits within the agreed time we will decide our next move," he said.

Atandi was speaking on Radio Maisha's Bunge La Maisha show on Monday morning.

He reiterated that the handshake was fuelled by the two side's realization that the nation needs a more calm environment to prosper, and not for personal reasons.

"Tuliona nchi itaharibika zaidi kwa sababu ya uadui iliokuwa hapo mbeleni na uchumi utadorora zaidi ndipo tukaamua kuungana mkono na serikali.

(We joined hands with the government in fear that the nation would suffer more. The dropping economy and others pushed us into collaborating with the government," he said.

However, the Uhuru-Raila union has not been received well by a section of Jubilee leaders allied to Deputy President William Ruto who have read malice in it, terming it destructive.