There's Mass Defections From Azimio To Kenya Kwanzaa. Already Two of its affiliate parties have decamped to Ruto's wing alongside independent MPs. DP move has ignited Alot of criticism from Raila's Side where his Spokesperson claimed that the mass transfer From their side could revert This country to era to era of One Party State.
Today More elected MPs have Joined Ruto's Camp Led by Yakub Adow From UPIA Party, Abdi From National Agenda Party Have Vowed To work with President elect. They've been part of Raila's Campaign But shift after he lost.
Yesterday, UDM leaders joined Kenya Kwanzaa. They include; senator Ali Roba, governor Mohamud Ali and Mohamed Khalif, their deputies, more than 35 Mcas Just to list a Few.
This Comes as Ruto selected Speaker Justin Muturi, UDA SG Veronica Maina and Gladys Shollei to transition Committee where they'll be organising the swearing in Ceremony and successful handover of power From President Kenyatta to DP Ruto
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