Kenyans have elicited mixed reactions after the United Democratic Alliance, which is led by the Deputy President William Ruto suffered double blows after their offices in njoro are rebranded.
According to Kenyans.co.ke, the United Democratic Alliance in Njoro has been repainted with the Jubilee Party Colours. The Rift Valley has been one of the strongholds of the deputy President William Ruto and this move has left people talking. Some Kenyans have cited that the ground is shifting.
This comes a few hours after a section of leaders allied to the United Democratic Alliance from Uasin Ngishu ditched the party, declaring their support for the Orange Democratic Party Leader Raila.
Also, some leaders allied to the Amani National Congress Party Leader from the Rift Valley region decamped from the Kenya Kwanza Coalition, citing frustrations from their party Leader Musalia Mudavadi. They cited that Mudavadi did not consult the party leadership before joining the Ruto's camp.
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