Kimilili member of parliament Hon. Didmus Barasa today held a live press at his home to alert Kenyans on his next political move.
Hon. Barasa who has been a very strong supporter and member of United Democratic Association (UDA) party has just left his fellow politicians from the tangatanga wing with a lot of questions to ask themselves.
He said that he is taking a four months break from active politics on which he will consult ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi,Hon. Wamunyinyi and Hon. Mukhisa Kituyi for the purpose of working together and forging a United political block.
"I have not left Hustler Nation However, Iam taking 4 months sabbatical leave to reflect on my political future and during this time I will consult on Hon. Mudavadi, Mukhisa,Wamunyinyi for the purpose of working together and build a United political block in Western." He said.
His sentiments leaves UDA with questions as to whether Barasa is still with them or has decided to rejoin ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi and work together as luhya nation.
This move comes after UDA lost terribly in recently held mini polls grabbing only one elective seat.
Doe it mean leaders have started deserting the deputy president William Ruto who had much trust and believed in them?
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