In a coordinated effort to defeat the UDA party in the Bungoma by-elections, Moses Wetangula, the leader of the Ford Kenya Party, and the Prime Cabinet Secretary, Musalia Mudavadi, have joined forces. The ANC party, which Mudavadi associates with, has made it obvious that they will vigorously support and vigorously push for Wakoli.
Musalia Mudavadi, the Prime Cabinet Secretary, is committed to making sure that the UDA party has no prospect of winning the by-election. Despite the sabotage by the leaders of western Kenya, Ruto's side has determined to win the Senate seat by any means necessary.
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This is the most convincing evidence that Mudavadi and Wetangula are unwilling to abandon western Kenya since doing so will result in their displacement. Through their political parties, the two leaders are attempting to make their political identities felt locally.
President Ruto has been attempting to prohibit leaders from engaging in tribal politics, therefore this is a major setback for him. It's evident that Mudavadi and Wetangula are still preoccupied with local politics rather than joining the UDA, a party that represents the entire country.
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