Ruto's Close Ally Rubbishes Claims of a Coalition between the Following Leaders
By JerryN | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 8278 views
Deputy President Dr William Ruto's close ally Dr Boni Khalwale has rubbished claims of a coalition merging between different high profile political icons in the country.
Photo of the Deputy President Dr William Ruto.
While in an interview with KTN News Television, the former Kakamega county Senator said that there is nothing like a coalition merging between the Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi, the Wiper Movement Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka, the Ford Kenya Party leader Moses Wetangula and the Baringo county Senator Hon Gedeon Moi.
The former Kakamega County Legislator has alleged that the above mentioned vocal political leaders are chess pawns played by the Head of State President Uhuru Kenyatta and there is no likelihood of the leaders merging ahead of the 2022 polls.
"There is nothing like a coalition merging between Mudavadi, Kalonzo, Wetang’ula and Gideon Moi, those are chess pawns played by president Uhuru," Former Senator Boni Khalwale said.
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