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Trouble in Paradise as William Ruto's Hustler Nation is Divided over 2022 Plans.

The campaign to have UDA affiliates disband and embrace the renamed outfit has split the hustling country. Mwangi Kiunjuri of the TSP and Moses Kuria of the CCK have both stated that their parties would not be disbanded. Murang'a senator Irungu Kang'ata has spoken out against the creation of regional parties, calling it a terrible concept.

Over the drive to fold parties associated with the United Democratic Alliance, schisms have developed in Deputy President William Ruto's camp (UDA).

While The Service Party (TSP) head Mwangi Kiunjuri and Chama cha Kazi's Moses Kuria have stated that they will support the DP for the president, they have emphasized that their parties will not be dissolved. Kang'ata is opposed to the creation of regional parties. Ruto's UDA allies, led by Murang'a senator Irungu, Kang'ata stated that they were opposed to the creation of regional parties and thought it was a terrible idea.

Kiunjuri, on the other hand, disagreed with Kang'ata, arguing that regional parties should be formed before forming a national party.

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