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More Trouble In Kenya Kwanza As Top Principal Claims Foul Play, Bemoans Of Deal Secrecy

Kenya Kwanza Alliance is in greater jeopardy now that two of its founders have expressed dissatisfaction with the deal's secrecy and asked to be furnished with a copy of the agreement establishing the alliance, according to reports.

UDA leaders Mwangi Kiunjuri of the Service Party and Irungu Nyakera of the Farmers Party have now thrown an accusatory finger at the alliance for neglecting to give them with essential information regarding the coalition.

They accuse William Ruto, the Deputy President, of leaving them out in the cold by keeping critical details of the coalition agreement from the public.

Nyakera claims that their attempts to get the document have been fruitless because they have been guaranteed that they will be a part of the future government each time they inquired about it.

Earlier this week, the United Democratic Alliance's secretary for legal affairs, Edward Muriu, said that the party had not signed any power-sharing agreements outside of the ones it has with the ANC and Ford Kenya.

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