Dr. William Samoe Ruto, the deputy president of Kenya and the Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate, and his camp have suffered a major political setback today. This information came when four UDA allies switched sides and joined Azimio La Umoja's DAP-Kenya party.
According to a post on George Natembeya's official Facebook page, after conducting a meeting together, these four lawmakers chose to join him in the DAP party. Hon Julia Kichwen, Hon Philemon Samoei, Terresia Metro, and Hon Murahi are the lawmakers in question. All of these leaders were members of the UDA party. There move will be a major setback for Kenya Kwanza, particularly in the Trans-nzoia Gubernatorial seat, where they are up against stiff competition.
The Azimio's gubernatorial candidate is Hon George Natembeya, while Chris Wamalwa represents the Azimio in Trans nzoia. The four UDA allies vowed that they support Natembeya who is using Azimio ticket to vie for gubernatorial seat in Transnzoia county.
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