The political heat plus tribulations have become unbearable and some alliances are falling apart. In the recent time, the OKA alliance which initially had five principals has split. Some members have joined other political parties. In the midst of the high political heat, the deputy president has acquired new political strengths worth mentioning. Here are the new strengths for the deputy president.
1. Political mergers- Recently, the Kenyans have seen a merger between UDA, ANC and FORD-K. The merger has a positive impact to the camp of the current deputy president. The member of the three parties can help propel the flag-bearer to the top seat.
2. New members- In connection, some of the wealthy individuals have been seen joining the UDA party. For example, some individuals like Keroche owner (Tabitha Karanja), Kirinyaga governor have declared their interest on the party. The new members can help rally for political support. The two remain major strengths for William Ruto.
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