The political muscles continue ravaging the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in 2022 general elections. Time is moving with speed and tension is building across the country with majority of Kenyans are eagerly waiting to vote in leaders of there choice come 2022 general elections August Polls.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has been doing a tremendous job across the country and Kenyans and some like COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli felt like president Uhuru Kenyatta must be given more time in government. Well Deputy president William Ruto who is in bitter exchange with president Uhuru Kenyatta is bitter things are not turning out the way he expected.
Well Boni Khalwale has dropped another morning Shocker about what is happening in UDA party. Boni Khalwale who was accused of allegedly supporting Azimio La Umoja Team gubernatorial candidate Baraza now says UDA party vice chairman is not comfortable with Cleophas Malala bid to Kakamega governor. This could disrupt the votes UDA party expects to get.
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