The bitter UDA party affiliates who were disappointed by there running mate choice can't keep calm and bitter revelations are still taking the country by storm with some leaders alleging that, Hon. Raila Odinga choice on Martha Karua and not Kalonzo Musyoka was a mistake.
Well according to Kericho senator Aaron Cheruiyot alleged that the celebrations witnessed in Mt Kenya region and other places including Eldoret town was state sponsored. DP William Ruto ally does not believe that any Kenyan will celebrate a woman being a running mate. With time moving temperatures are rising in UDA party with there running mate announcement being termed as funeral celebration.
Well senator Aaron Cheruiyot also supported Hon Raila Odinga move to appoint Kalonzo Musyoka as chief minister. But now with Kalonzo move according to Aaron Cheruiyot admitted not even the Sugoi Man will reach 50 plus one votes. Time will tell everything. DP William Ruto and Rigathi Gachagua have a tough task.
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