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'Mass Exodus' Big Setback to DP Ruto As A Powerful UDA Leader and Another KKA Team Decamps to Azimio

Photo courtesy of Deputy President William Ruto and Other Kenya Kwanza Alliance leaders. Strictly used for news purposes only.

The Deputy President and the Kenya Kwanza Alliance at large suffer a major a team of Hustler Nation makes a U-turn and joins the rival Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance.

Perhaps, both Kenya Kwanza Alliance and the Azimio la Umoja coalition aim to build the next administration ahead of the August general election. However, every camp continues to solidify and defends its ambition to triumph over the contest.

Additionally, they continue to hunt for more votes to boost their endeavors. Nonetheless, the Azimio la Umoja reaps big as a great Kenya Kwanza Alliance team joins the camp.

Perhaps, the popularity of the two Coalitions varies from one region to another but they continue to storm all zones to obtain a tremendous boost.

Undoubtedly, the Rift Valley region is dominated by the Hustler Nation and the Deputy President is the most popular presidential candidate.

From the reports, over 150 Amani National Congress (ANC) and more than 30 grassroots UDA activists quit the Kenya Kwanza Alliance in Uasin Gishu and join the rival Azimio la Umoja Coalition camp.

Former Member of Parliament for Eldoret South David Koros along with more than 30 UDA activists defected to the Azimio side.

However, Koros said that Raila Odinga will get many votes in the Rift Valley region which is the backyard of the Deputy President.

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