Deputy president William Ruto and his allies have stormed Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetang'ula's stronghold of Bungoma county in their vote hunting mission in a bid to clinch the country's presidency in the coming general elections.
Ruto and his team are in Kimilili constituency where they're drumming up support for their bid. One of the issues that stood out during Ruto's trip in Kimilili is the promise to scrap off the controversial competence based curriculum (CBC), arguing that the curriculum was not implemented upon consulting all stakeholders.
On the other hand, Ruto's UDA party has announced what will happen tomorrow in Kiambaa constituency, Kiambu county. The party has said that it will be organizing fresh nomination exercise to decide who will fly the UDA party flag in the coming elections.
Currently, the member of the national assembly for Kiambaa constituency is John Kawanjiku who won the recent by-election to replace former MP Koinange with a narrow margin. He won against Jubilee party candidate Kariri Njama who had been "poached" from UDA camp.
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