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DP Ruto's UDA Suffers a Major Hit In Western As Rivalry Arise Ahead of August Polls

Photo courtesy of Deputy President William Ruto.

Deputy President William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) suffers a major hit ahead of the August general election as Kenya Kwanza leaders give tough demands amid the political rivalries among the Allies.

However, the Western Kenya region remains a zone of interest to propagate the Hustler Nation's Bottom-up policies as they seek to gain more support from the area. Conceivably, the United Democratic Alliance party is among the popular clubs in the region encompassing vocal leaders like Boni Khalwale, Member of National Assembly Didymus Barasa, and others.

Accordingly, Musalia Mudavadi's Amani National Congress and Moses Wetangula's Ford Kenya joined forces with the United Democratic Alliance under the Kenya Kwanza Alliance umbrella to work towards a common goal of forming the next government.

Despite their oneness and solidarity in the Kenya Kwanza Alliance behind the deputy President, Kakamega county leaders led by Senator Cleophas Malalah ask the deputy President to keep off Western politics over fielding UDA candidates.

However, the rivalries between the ANC and UDA in the lower politics gain momentum in the region.

This may become a sensitive buzzer and is likely to squeeze out the UDA consolidation in the zone. Do you think Malalah made the right decision to ask the Deputy President to keep off from the Zone's UDA politics? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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