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"I’ve Listened to My People" Ruto's Coastal Ally Says Minutes After Vowing to Work With Raila Again

Deputy President William Ruto, and Aisha Jumwa Shares Light Moments during the Homecoming ceremony of Msambweni MP Hon Feisal Badar

Deputy President William Ruto has yet again suffered another major blow ahead of the much-awaited 2022 general election, following the emergence of reports that one of the Tangatanga allies has decided to go back to Raila's Camp.

According to the report the standard on Sunday, it's now emerging that Ruto's UDA Party and Governor Kingi's PAA Parties have continued to lose political support in the coastal region as a result of Raila's ODM Party which consists of political experts.

For example, Kaloleni MP Paul Katana, who is the latest Coast leader to abandon the DP’s bandwagon, said: “I’ve listened to my people and ODM is the party to beat at the Coast.”

Politics and development

“I never said that I will leave my party. I’m an ODM member and I will defend my seat on the party’s ticket in August. Separate political from development meetings,” said Katana

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Aisha Jumwa Kaloleni ODM Paul Katana William Ruto

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